When running the command with that file i'm given the output of 'Jamroot' and several new lines.

As for using 1.52's B2, that started the build process without any issues whatsoever.
On 2013-11-01 15:28, Steven Watanabe wrote:

On 11/01/2013 03:22 AM, John Bargman wrote:
I've attached a cut-down copy of the log starting in the project.find
section, I also included everything thereafter as I noticed some errors
regarding stage/etc

(builtin):>>>>|>>>>|>> GLOB-RECURSIVELY project-root.jam [Jj]amroot
[Jj]amroot.jam [Bb]uild.jam [Jj]amfile.v2 [Jj]amfile [Jj]amfile.jam
(builtin):>>>>|>>>>|>> sequence.transform NORMALIZE_PATH :

So, it appears that GLOB-RECURSIVELY is failing to
find Jamroot, for whatever reason.  What happens
if you put the attached in the same directory as
Jamroot and run:
b2 -ftest.jam

Also, you said that this used to work with 1.52.
- Does it still work?
- What happens if you use b2 from 1.52?

In Christ,
Steven Watanabe

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