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It has a well-thought design, offering a lot of functionality and support for complicated builds. It's easy to extend by adding custom Builders and Tools. And it's a lot of fun to hack it's core sources. `;)` It has a well-thought design, offering a lot of functionality and support for complicated builds. It's easy to extend by adding custom Builders and Tools. And it's a lot of fun to hack its core sources. `;)`

Success stories

We/I use SCons for...

In the company I worked before, it helped me a lot with providing Linux releases for all our main tools. Being the only Unix/Linux guy and keeping up with 7 Windows/VisualStudio developers was not an easy task. The final SCons setup was able to update the sources from SVN and compile/link them automatically (mixed C/C++/Fortran), being very robust against changes like added or removed files for example.


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We/I like SCons because...

It has a well-thought design, offering a lot of functionality and support for complicated builds. It's easy to extend by adding custom Builders and Tools. And it's a lot of fun to hack its core sources. ;)


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SuccessStories (last edited 2014-02-01 17:06:06 by DirkBaechle)