Boost Testing :
From: Stefan Slapeta (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-02 04:20:25
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Yes... Try using the "--bjam-toolset=intel-win32" literally. That
> toolset has nothing to do with the one that's used for testing or
> Boost.Build. It's the toolset for building bjam only.
Thanks, but it doesn't work, either:
# Preinstalled "C:\br\bjam.exe" is not found; building one...
# Found "bjam.exe" source directory "C:\br\boost\tools\jam\src"
# Building "bjam.exe" (build.bat intel-win32)...
Das System kann die angegebene Datei nicht finden.
# Searching for "bjam.exe" in "C:\br\boost\tools\jam\src"...
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "regression.py", line 942, in ?
commands[ command ]( **accept_args( args ) )
File "regression.py", line 461, in setup
build_if_needed( bjam, bjam_toolset, toolsets, v2 )
File "regression.py", line 409, in build_if_needed
tool[ 'build_path' ] = tool_path( tool, v2 )
File "regression.py", line 370, in tool_path
raise Exception( 'Cannot find "%s" in any of the following
locations:\n%s' % (
Exception: Cannot find "bjam.exe" in any of the following locations:
(The line in the middle means 'The system cannot find the specified file')