Boost is planning to switch from bjam to CMake!

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Boost is planning to switch from bjam to CMake!

Robert Dailey-2
Very exciting news... hopefully it works out! Congratulations to CMake
for this; this is huge support for CMake and shows it is becoming way
more popular (not that it wasn't already!)

https://lists.boost.org/boost-interest/2017/07/0162.php?utm_content=buffera6a82&utm_medium=social&utm_source=plus.google.com&utm_campaign=buffer
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Re: Boost is planning to switch from bjam to CMake!

Bo Zhou
Good news !

Hopefully the bcp would also work with CMake so only requires component would be installed.

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Re: Boost is planning to switch from bjam to CMake!

Michael Jackson
Let's hope this try actually works. It was tried 8 years ago but some of
the boost developers really fought the transition. Hopefully with the
support of the steering committee it will work. Let's all welcome the
boost devs into the CMake community with wide open arms.
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Bo Zhou wrote:
> Good news !
>
> Hopefully the bcp would also work with CMake so only requires component
> would be installed.
>
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