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I attached my user-config.jam
I also attached the output of ../b2 --debug-configuration, as the file, debug.txt.

I went to the BOOST_ROOT directory and rebuilt the headers. Initially ./b2 headers, caused errors, because I had initially run b2 as "sudo ./b2 install".  I chowned back to my user, and reran.  After I reran I still got the same errors.

Thanks again for your help,

On Mon, 2/27/17, Rene Rivera <[hidden email]> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Fw: error running boost book
 To: "Clark Sims" <[hidden email]>
 Date: Monday, February 27, 2017, 10:18 AM
 On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at
 9:01 AM, Clark Sims <[hidden email]>
 Hi Rene,
 I saw you were one of the developers on this project.
 Do you know how to solve this?
 Sorry I missed the email firs time
 around. Perhaps.. But need more info..
 --- On Sat, 2/25/17, Clark Sims <[hidden email]>
 > From: Clark Sims <[hidden email]>
 > Subject: error running boost book
 > To: [hidden email]
 > Date: Saturday, February 25, 2017, 6:53 PM
 > I get the following error
 when I cd
 > to BOOST_ROOT/doc and run ../bjam
 > My ~/user-config.jam looks fine. I pasted it bellow
 > error.  Does anyone know how to fix this?
 It seems you forgot to paste the
 user-config. ALso try running with --debug-configuration and
 paste the header output for that. 
 > I have spent a great deal of time trying to fix
 > It  looks like the doxygen.jam in the
 > boost_1_63_0/tools/build/src/ tools directory does not
 > the syngax of the doxygen rule in
 > ------------------------------
 ------------------------------ ----------
 > Building the tti docs with automatic index
 > disabled. Try building with --enable-index.
 > /home/csims/boost_1_63_0/libs/
 dll/doc/Jamfile.v2:66: in
 > modules.load
 > *** argument error
 > * rule doxygen ( target : sources + : requirements *
 > default-build * : usage-requirements * )
 > * called with: ( autodoc_shared_library_core :  :
 At this level it looks like it's
 missing aources. Looking at Boost DLL doc build file <>
 it does globs for filling header files for the sources.
 Which would suggest that the headers aren't there. And
 hence you should try running "b2 headers"
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