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From: Boris Gubenko (Boris.Gubenko_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-15 18:12:54

For the reasons having nothing to do with Boost (and having everything
to do with reconfiguring HP-UX machines in the lab), I was not running
Boost HEAD (trunk) tests since Sun, 5 Aug 2007.

Now when I restarted the tests, I've discovered that bjam no longer detects
user-config.jam in the current working directory. Copying user-config.jam
to a home directory solves this problem, so, it is not a big deal for me.

Still, is this change in bjam intentional?

Is there some environment variable which can be set to point to
user-config.jam ?

Note that specifying


when invoking does not work because, as far as I can tell, when
building process_jam_log, does not pass bjam-options to bjam.


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