From: Janek Kozicki (janek_listy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-05 02:44:49
David Abrahams said: (by the date of Sat, 04 Aug 2007 17:42:59 -0400)
> 4. Cmake's built-in programming language is even more horrible, IMO,
Did you consider scons? It's a build system which uses python as a
language. Therefore it's not horrible, and pretty flexible at the
Due to my current lack of time I'll not advocate scons here too much.
I'll just say what springs to my mind now: it works well on all
platforms, from MSVC to gcc on IRIX, and doom3 development was done
Leave other praises out, and please rather test it, if you wish.
> Neither systems can trace #include dependencies through macros
> (e.g. #include SOME_MACRO(xyz)), which occasionally leads to
> inaccurate results from incremental testing. This is an important
> problem that should be fixed.
For instance writing that with python should be possible. I'm not
good at python, but I can imagine writing this sort of thing.
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