From: Maarten Verhage (m_r_verhage_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-08-01 01:16:18
I do appreciate your efforts to explain stuff to me. As far as software
development with the Windows API is concerned I'm pretty happy with
mingw-w64 in combination with the distributed gcc.
But I haven't seen something in your instructions that gives me the
impression that it will deal with the actual errors that are displayed (my
original output.txt), when I run b2 in the spirit test folder.
It starts off with:
config.jam: No such file of directory
I'm getting to a point of suspicion you're trolling me with your reluctance
to address this particular issue. You are involved with Boost-Build
development, aren't you? Now, when you see me reporting: "config.jam: No
such file of directory", It wouldn't be too hard for you to get to a
diagnoses what might have gone wrong, isn't it?
After all. My goal to run the tests for Spirit is to verify a pull request
that I promised to prepare for Joel (the author or that library)
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