Dean Tribble wrote:
> Also worth examining is JAM at
> It is an open source, small, fast, multi-platform build system that has
> been used in significant applications to great affect. It was originally
> developed at Sybase or Ingres to address their massive multiplatform and
> version problem.
> I have no experience with it, though have heard good things about it, and
> am considering using it for future projects (especially those that use C or
Cute - but it doesn't seem to know about Java...
> At 06:39 PM 6/2/00 +0100, Ben Laurie wrote:
> >"Mark S. Miller" wrote:
> > >
> > > At 11:56 PM 6/1/00 , Paul Snively wrote:
> > > >http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/ and I sure will!
> > >
> > > make's syntax is so terrible that I figured any attempt from scratch would
> > > have to be an improvement. I just took a look at Ant and, by using XML,
> > > they have succeeded at proving me wrong. Ant make-rules look even less
> > > maintainable than Makefiles. Quite an achievement!
> >Speaking from experience, Ant is substantially easier to maintain than
> >Coming to ApacheCon Europe 2000? http://apachecon.com/
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