Hi Jurko,

The problem is that i don't create the libraries from a shell : bjam --with-python stage for example but i link the boost project to my own library :

# Project Configuration
project
    : build-dir build
    : requirements
        <library>/boost/date_time//boost_date_time
        <library>/boost/thread//boost_thread
        <include>src
        <include>src/config
        <include>src/filesystem
        <include>src/stream
        <include>src/xml
        <include>src/xml/tinyxml
        <include>src/zip
    : usage-requirements
        <include>src
        <include>src/config
        <include>src/filesystem
        <include>src/stream
        <include>src/xml
        <include>src/xml/tinyxml
        <include>src/zip
    : source-location
        src
        src/config
        src/filesystem
        src/stream
        src/xml
        src/xml/tinyxml
        ../extern
    ;

# Library creation rule
klib sys : [ glob *.cpp ]
            zlib.lib
            /core//core
            ;

And so in this example if /boost/date_time//boost_date_time is not built bjam automatically creates the library but the dll stays in the msvc/debug/.. folder, i would like to find a way to tell him to move the dll to a specified directory. I might not be possible this way, if not could explain to me what can i do sort this out ?
Thanks
Will

2008/8/1 Jurko GospodnetiŠ <jurko.gospodnetic@docte.hr>
 Hi William.

I would like to install boost dlls into a special directory once they've
been built but i don't find how to do that, could someone help me ?

 If you are talking about the Boost library build, try the 'stage' target and the --stage-dir option. 'install' target does the same thing but also installs Boost library headers into some fixed location.

 Hope this helps.

 Best regards,
   Jurko GospodnetiŠ

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