Boost Testing :
Subject: [Boost-testing] --pjl-toolset option broken in run.py?
From: Stuart A. Malone (samalone_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-01-15 10:24:49
I've been trying to help John Maddock test TR1 on Mac OS X, and in the
process I thought I'd try running the full set of regression tests on
a spare Mac that we keep for testing.
I ran into a problem with the run.py script trying to build
process_jam_log. By default, it tries to build process_jam_log using
the gcc toolset rather than the darwin toolset. The build then fails.
After doing some more reading, I discovered the --pjl-toolset flag to
run.py, and added --pjl-toolset=darwin to my command line. However,
that flag seems to be broken. Rather than adding "toolset=darwin" to
the bjam command line for process_jam_log, it only added "darwin".
The result was that process_jam_log still got built with the wrong
toolset, and bjam complained that it couldn't find the target "darwin".
Am I correct that run.py isn't handling the --pjl-toolset flag