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Boost unit tests (status/Jamfile.v2)

Thomas Klimpel-2
> Tavares, Pedro (London) schrieb:
> > Apologies if this is a trivial question but haven't been able to figure
> > out a solution from the documentation yet: how do I compile unit tests
> > for boost 1.35.0 (in bjam v2)?
>
> ...
>
> Or do you mean running the unit tests for all boost libraries?
> I have no clue.

There is a Jamfile.v2 in the directory "status", which seems to trigger quite some test-suites. So calling bjam inside the directory "status" will probably compile (and run) quite a lot of test-suites.

But I guess this is not what Pedro really wants to do. It's more likely that he is just interested in the unit tests of an individual boost library. The test-suite of an individual library can be build by calling bjam inside the corresponding directory, or giving the corresponding directory as an argument to bjam.

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Re: Boost unit tests (status/Jamfile.v2)

Tavares, Pedro (London)
Ideally, I'd like to run tests for all the libraries that were built. Still running on demand for each library I need is just fine. Will try your suggestion.

P

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> Tavares, Pedro (London) schrieb:
> > Apologies if this is a trivial question but haven't been able to figure
> > out a solution from the documentation yet: how do I compile unit tests
> > for boost 1.35.0 (in bjam v2)?
>
> ...
>
> Or do you mean running the unit tests for all boost libraries?
> I have no clue.

There is a Jamfile.v2 in the directory "status", which seems to trigger quite some test-suites. So calling bjam inside the directory "status" will probably compile (and run) quite a lot of test-suites.

But I guess this is not what Pedro really wants to do. It's more likely that he is just interested in the unit tests of an individual boost library. The test-suite of an individual library can be build by calling bjam inside the corresponding directory, or giving the corresponding directory as an argument to bjam.

--
"Denn Sokrates war dadurch groß, dass er dasjenige unterschied,
 was er verstand, von dem, was er nicht verstand."
   - Johann Georg Hamann


Psssst! Schon vom neuen GMX MultiMessenger gehört?
Der kann`s mit allen: http://www.gmx.net/de/go/multimessenger
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