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 * [[http://www.nongnu.org/fab/|Fabric]] - a simple pythonic remote deployment tool

Configuration and Build Tools

  • AAP

  • Bake - a Make replacement

  • Bitbake - a task executor used to build packages for OpenEmbedded and other projects

  • 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.

  • Confix - generates input files for automake

  • distutils - standard module provides support for building and installing additional modules into a Python installation

  • doit - A task execution tool (build-tool)

  • Fabric - a simple pythonic remote deployment tool

  • Memoize - Designed as a replacement for Make

  • Paver - Build/distribution/deployment tool. Build files are in Python.

  • PyAnt - development discontinued

  • PyBuilder - A Gui interface to compile scripts using py2exe.

  • PyMake - Designed as a replacement for Make. Development replaced by BuildIt.

  • Rebuild - python module that replaces make - site unavailable, see the Internet Archive version

  • SCons - software construction tool (comparable to make)

  • Vellum - Simple build tool similar 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)

Build Testing

  • 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."

Editorial Notes

The above lists should be arranged in ascending alphabetical order - please respect this when adding new entries. If, as the developer of a listed application, you disagree with the classification of the work, please move it into the appropriate category or create a new category, respecting the ascending alphabetical order of the categories. When specifying release dates please use the format YYYY-MM-DD.

ConfigurationAndBuildTools (last edited 2015-09-03 19:36:05 by BenRousch)

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