I am currently trying to upgrade my projects to 1.66 and I am puzzled by a change in bjam's 'laout' parameter.

I am building boost for MSVC14 (x64). Normally I use the following command line:

> bjam.exe --layout=versioned variant=release address-model=64 link=static,shared runtime-link=shared threading=multi stage

to achieve the build flags and setup that I need.
Up until 1.65 this yielded libs named like:


This is what appears to be the most flexible for my use case and I always discover them using the 'normal' CMake finders like this:

CACHE PATH "set root of boost install")
CACHE PATH "set boost includes")
CACHE PATH "set boost library dir")
set(Boost_ADDITIONAL_VERSIONS "1.66.0")

find_package(Boost REQUIRED COMPONENTS ...)

Now over the years the meaning of the --layout parameter and its defaults have occasionally changed by I always managed to get something like this.

But now, with 1.66 the filenames are changed to that:


With this, CMake won't find the libs anymore. I have tried all different variantions of --layout I know (system, tagged, versioned) but I cannot get the old naming scheme back. I could rename the files manually but I am a bit afraid that this might break some linker (autolink) magick and also it doesn't seem right. Trying with several CMake finder options also got me nowhere. Using layout system is not desired as I like to quickly distinguish between versions on sight.
 So my question is: 
Is there a way to get >=1.66 to build with the filename scheme it had until now? Or is there a change to the CMake finders that will fix this?

Thanks for any suggestions...