In Partnership with AOL
  • A-A-P - Open Source - A-A-P is an experimental make tool. Features include a special AAP makefile syntax, automated dependency support for Unix C programs, and a GUI interface written in Python.
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  • Boost Build - Freeware - A Make replacement with a simple and high-level target language. It supports build variants, and several different compilers and tools.
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  • Build - Open Source - A software build system implemented on top of GNU make featuring position-independent non-recursive multi-makefile include-based structure, complete inter-project dependency tracking, and extensible translator framework.
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  • Cook - Freeware - A make replacement featuring file fingerprints, dependency scanning, viewpathing, parallel threads, distributed rsh builds, cross compiling, and build actions in the "cook" description language.
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  • Electric Cloud - Provider of solutions that automate, accelerate and analyze the software build, test, and deployment process.
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  • GNU Make - Freeware - A make program featuring pattern-matched viewpaths, parallel threads, multiple platforms, conditional directives, makefile regeneration, and an advanced Make description language.
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  • Jmk - Freeware - A make program written in Java, featuring a traditional make description language and shell command target actions.
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  • NAnt - Freeware - Not Ant is like Ant, but uses C# and .NET technologies.
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  • OpenMake Software, Inc. - Build management and automation from development IDEs to production release.
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  • Opus Make - Opus - A multiplatform make featuring dependency scanning, suffix-specific viewpaths, extended command and macro modifiers, CPP preprocessor directives, and iterators in the Make rule language.
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  • PBS - Open Source - A Make replacement written in Perl featuring hierarchical builds, dependency graph node triggers, no built in rules, PBS/Perl syntax for PBSfiles, a Perl API for the system, and shell or Perl build actions.
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  • PVM GNU Make - Freeware - A modified GNU make that uses the Oakridge PVM Parallel Virtual Machine to perform parallel distributed builds.
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  • SCons - Freeware - A make replacement like Cons, written in Python and featuring MD5 file signatures, dependency scanning, parallel build threads, viewpathing, multidirectory builds, and Python build actions.
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  • Sham - Freeware - A tiny command-line prefix tool that can track dependencies for a file automatically without the need for a Makefile.
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  • SMK - Freeware - A make replacement, written in Python featuring global dependencies view, extensible dependency scanning, parallel build threads, multidirectory builds, automatic cleaning and extensibility via Python classes.
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  • TrMake - Open Source - A modular makefile system for multi-platform C++ development in Unix environment using GNU make 3.80 or higher, featuring modular makefiles and transparent handling of dependencies and sources of multiple projects.
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