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Biicode dependendy manager with Boost support

JOAQUIN M. LOPEZ MUÑOZ
Hi,

The folks at biicode (biicode.com), a C/C++ dependency manager, have just
announced support for Boost:

http://blog.biicode.com/dependency-management-boost-libraries/#more-2086

Biicode allows for easy multiplatform component tracking and builiding
thanks to their file-based dependency detection and CMake autogeneration
magic. Now, these capabilities can be used to make it easier to work with
Boost libraries.

Joaquín M López Muñoz
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Re: Biicode dependendy manager with Boost support

Vicente Botet
Le 20/02/15 20:54, JOAQUIN M. LOPEZ MUÑOZ a écrit :
Hi,

The folks at biicode (biicode.com), a C/C++ dependency manager, have just
announced support for Boost:

http://blog.biicode.com/dependency-management-boost-libraries/#more-2086

Biicode allows for easy multiplatform component tracking and builiding
thanks to their file-based dependency detection and CMake autogeneration
magic. Now, these capabilities can be used to make it easier to work with
Boost libraries.

Thanks Joaquin for the announce.

I was wondering if we couldn't use it as a starting point of our modularization activity.
Some questions:
* Is the file-based dependency manager what Boost is looking for its own module dependencies detection?
* Could an author state explicitly its dependencies on other libraries (versions)?
* It Biicode open source?
* How its CMake autogeneration and bjam interact?

Best,
Vicente

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Re: [boost] Biicode dependendy manager with Boost support

Klaim - Joël Lamotte

On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 5:54 AM, Vicente J. Botet Escriba <[hidden email]> wrote:
* Is the file-based dependency manager what Boost is looking for its own module dependencies detection?

I am exploring how biicode works these days and my current understanding is that
if this tool detect a cyclic dependency it will just refuse to work (by design).
If I understand correctly Boost cannot avoid some kind of cyclic dependency
at the library level, but could avoid if some libraries ("core"?) are gathered.


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