make project is a command line program which makes project skeletons. It automates the task of starting a new project with the information provided from the commandline. The package created by default is a "hello world" project of the selected skeleton which is managed with autotools. There are skeletons for bash, C, C library, Python, C++, C++ library, and Perl.
|Tags||Software Development Build Tools Command Line|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||Unix Shell Bash shell scripting|
This project has reached an stable state, *not a lot of updates are being needed* for the project, Consider it as a good thing for an stable projec...
Release Notes: This version prepares for Fedora packaging.
Release Notes: This version cleans up some code and maintainer files. The readme points to a new user project, readfeed.
Release Notes: This release installs README, AUTHORS, ChangeLog, and NEWS documents with the install make target, uses cmd.sh to handle options, redesigns and simplifies the skeleton architecture, synchronizes documentation, adds c++, c++ library, and Perl skeletons, puts a toolbox banner in README, adds homepage and @tags@ to pkg.in.spec, and introduces $(PACKAGE_PARSE) substitution and an RPM make target. It fixes the author email address, hardcoding of the man pkgname, documentation typos and the structure, the spec, verbose output, description and copyright banners, and the bash 4.2 -1 index.
Release Notes: This is the beta for version 0.4.0, which will have massive restructuring and simplification, and better handling. Users are asked to test and report.
Release Notes: Error output was fixed to be sent to stdout instead of stderr.