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How to build library's test folder?

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So I have downloaded the full boost repo from GitHub and am able to build the libraries, I am interested in.  

However, I haven’t figured out how to build a particular library’s test folder.

I thought it was just a matter of doing something like:

% b2 —with-test

But the test binaries aren’t being built.  Specifically, I am wanting to run the date_time tests.

Thanks,

Tal
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AMDG

On 05/24/2017 08:56 PM, Tal Lancaster via Boost-build wrote:

> So I have downloaded the full boost repo from GitHub and am able to build the libraries, I am interested in.  
>
> However, I haven’t figured out how to build a particular library’s test folder.
>
> I thought it was just a matter of doing something like:
>
> % b2 —with-test
>
> But the test binaries aren’t being built.  Specifically, I am wanting to run the date_time tests.
>

$ cd libs/date_time/test
$ b2
or just
$ b2 libs/date_time/test

In Christ,
Steven Watanabe

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> On May 24, 2017, at 10:19 PM, Steven Watanabe via Boost-build <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> AMDG
>
> On 05/24/2017 08:56 PM, Tal Lancaster via Boost-build wrote:
>> So I have downloaded the full boost repo from GitHub and am able to build the libraries, I am interested in.  
>>
>> However, I haven’t figured out how to build a particular library’s test folder.
>>
>> I thought it was just a matter of doing something like:
>>
>> % b2 —with-test
>>
>> But the test binaries aren’t being built.  Specifically, I am wanting to run the date_time tests.
>>
>
> $ cd libs/date_time/test
> $ b2
> or just
> $ b2 libs/date_time/test
>
> In Christ,
> Steven Watanabe

Sigh.  Thanks, that’s what I needed.

I had tried that when I had only grabbed the date_time from GitHub.  But it didn’t occur to me to try that again when I grabbed the boost super repo from GitHub.

Thanks, again.

Tal

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