Make replacement for Erlang - suggestions?
Scott Lystig Fritchie
Tue Sep 24 05:34:02 CEST 2002
>>>>> "meevw" == Marc Ernst Eddy van Woerkom <> writes:
meevw> What ever happened to the code sourcery attempt to replace some
meevw> of the build/configuration infrastructure? They ran a
meevw> competition which produced some interesting drafts on what to
meevw> create but which got never implemented, as far as I know.
It's SCons. See http://scons.sourceforge.net/faq/current.html for the
"5.4. Is SCons the same as the ScCons design from the Software
"Yes. Same design, same developer, same goals, essentially the same
"SCons, however, is an independent project, and no longer directly
associated with Software Carpentry. Hence, we dropped the middle 'c'
to differentiate it slightly, and to make it a tiny bit easier to
"Even though SCons is being developed independently, the goal is for
SCons to be a flexible enough tool that it would fit in with any
future tools that the Software Carpentry project may produce.
"Note that, at last report, the Software Carpentry project renamed
their tools with the prefix "qm"--the build tool being "qmbuild"--so
there shouldn't be any confusion between SCons and any indepent build
tool that Software Carpentry may eventually produce.
"Information about Software Carpentry is available at:
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