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From: Scott Meyers (Usenet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-09 15:24:05

On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 20:58:30 +0100, Uwe Sander wrote:
> I guess there went something wrong during the build, because you should see
> some .lib files which are the ones to link against.

Any idea where to start debugging? If I now give this command,

  D:\C++\Boost\Current>..\bjam.exe "-sTOOLS=gcc"

I get this output:

skipping Boost.Python library build due to missing or incorrect configuration

couldn't find Python.h in "/cygwin//usr/local/pydebug/include/python2.2
/cygwin//usr/local/pydebug/include/python2.2 /cygwin//usr/include/python2
.2 /cygwin//usr/include/python2.2 /usr/local/pydebug/include/python2.2
/usr/local/pydebug/include/python2.2 /usr/include/python2.2 /usr/include/p
ython2.2 /usr/include"

You can configure the location of your python installation by setting:
PYTHON_ROOT - currently "/usr"
PYTHON_VERSION - The 2-part python Major.Minor version number (e.g.
                 "2.2", NOT "2.2.1") - currently "2.2"

The following are automatically configured from PYTHON_ROOT if not
otherwise set:

    PYTHON_LIB_PATH - path to Python library object; currently

    For detailed configuration of Boost.Python for Cygwin GCC
    under Windows NT please see
...found 2012 targets...

Notice that it doesn't seem to actually build anything. I assume that this
is because it's detecting that everything is already built, but I don't



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