Le 29/02/2016 19:12, Paul Fultz II a
You will have time to add it to the CI once the library is approved
On Monday, February 29, 2016 at 1:13:06 AM UTC-6, Vicente J.
Botet Escriba wrote:
29/02/2016 05:37, Paul Fultz II a écrit :
> On Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 5:28:39 PM UTC-6, Edward
> On 2/28/2016 4:23 PM, paul Fultz wrote:
> > On Sunday, February 28, 2016 12:23 PM, Edward
> >> On 2/27/2016 11:16 AM, Vicente J. Botet
> >>> Dear Boost community,
> >>> The formal review of Paul Fultz II's Fit
library starts on
> Wednesday, 2nd March and ends on 13th March.
> >> How do I generate the docs or run the tests
for my local copy
> of Fit ?
> > You can build and run the tests by building the
> For those
> > unfamiliar with cmake, first configure the build
> > mkdir build
> > cd build
> > cmake ..
> > cd ..
> > Next build the check target using the native
> as make or
> > msbuild). CMake can call the native build system
to build the
> target 'check',
> > like so:
> > cmake --build build --config Release --target
> > Also, the library can be installed by invoking
> Why is the CMakeLists.txt not in the 'test'
subdirectory, since it
> appears from your explanation that the file is used
for the tests ?
> Its used to install the library as well.
> > The documentation needs to be built using
mkdocs. You can
> install mkdocs and
> > the boost theme with pip like this:
> > pip install mkdocs mkdocs-boost
> > Then to build the documentation, first
`setup.py` must be run to
> extract the
> > documentation and examples from the source code,
> can be invoked,
> > like this:
> > python setup.py
> > mkdocs build -t boost
> > And the documentation will be in the 'doc/html'
> Please add these explanations to Fit as you are not
> build to
> build the doc or run the tests.
> I will add them.
> Also, I tried to add an initial Jamfile to build and run
the tests as
> well. I
> just modified the Jamfile from other boost libraries.
However, I haven't
> figured out how to run the tests yet using bjam to test
my Jamfile. I get
> "error: Did not find Jamfile.jam or Jamroot.jam in any
> directory". I am
> not sure how I am supposed to run the tests.
You can try to copy the ones in https://github.com/viboes/std-make
I will try to help you this evening,
Thanks for the help, I got a working bjam there to build the
tests. Of course,
the next thing to do is to add them to the CI. However, it
seems that other
boost libraries only tests using cmake. I will look into that
Or were you talking of your own CI?
Do you have an example of a library using cmake and not jamfile?