Configuration and Build Tools
Bake - a Make replacement
BuildIt - Build tool for creating applications.
Buildout - Build tool for creating applications, includes the capability to resolve Python dependencies that are packaged as Python eggs.
distutils - standard module provides support for building and installing additional modules into a Python installation
doit - Automation tool (bringing the power of build-tool to execute any kind of task)
Fabric - a simple pythonic remote deployment tool for application deployment or systems administration tasks.
Fabricate - the better build tool: auto-dependency discovery via strace; a successor to Memoize.
Invoke - a Python task execution tool & library, drawing inspiration from various sources to arrive at a powerful & clean feature set.
microbuild - Lightweight Python Build Tool.
Paver - Build/distribution/deployment tool. Build files are in Python.
PyAnt - development discontinued
PyBuilder - A Gui interface to compile scripts using py2exe.
SCons - software construction tool (comparable to make)
Vertoo - version management tool (automates version number maintenance across several files)
VirtualEnv - A tool for creating isolated Python environments.
Waf - software construction tool (comparable to autotools, CMake, SCons, ant)
Bitten - a continuous integration plugin for Trac
BuildBot The TwistedMatrix project has a BuildBot installed which runs the unit test suite on a variety of platforms. The BuildBot uses the Twisted framework for networking, RPC, web status delivery, persistence, and other platform needs.
Apache Gump - Apache's continuous integration tool. "It is written in python and fully supports Apache Ant, Apache Maven and other build tools."
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