looking at mpi.jam, there is a part that tests some flags for a compiler wrapper:
local result ;
local compile_flags ;
local link_flags ;
if ! $(command)
# Do nothing: we'll complain later
# OpenMPI and newer versions of LAM-MPI have -showme:compile and
else if [ safe-shell-command "$(command) -showme:compile" ] &&
[ safe-shell-command "$(command) -showme:link" ]
What does the safe-shell-command do on windows?
Does it use the %PATH% environment variable if defined?
$(command) evaluates to mpic++
mpic++ -showme:compile outputs some flags properly,
if I were to replace $(command) with the mpic++ full path, should I write:
safe-shell-command "c:\\Program Files (x86)\\openmpi\\bin\\mpic++.exe -showme:compile"