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List of build automation software

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Make-based tools

  •     distcc
  •     GNU make, a widely used make implementation with a large set of extensions
  •     make, a classic Unix build tool
  •     mk, developed originally for Version 10 Unix and Plan 9, and ported to Unix as part of plan9port
  •     MPW Make, developed for Mac OS Classic and similar to but not compatible with Unix make; OS X comes with both GNU make and BSD make; available as part of Macintosh Programmer’s Workshop as a free, unsupported download from Apple
  •     nmake
  •     PVCS-make, basically follows the concept of make but with a noticeable set of unique syntax features[1]
  •     Rake, a Ruby-based build tool
  •     ElectricMake, a replacement for make and gmake that implements build parallelization with ElectricAccelerator. Produced by Electric Cloud Inc.

Non-Make-based tools

  •     Apache Ant, popular for Java platform development and uses an XML file format
  •     Apache Buildr, open-source build system, Rake-based, gives full power of scripting in Ruby with integral support for most abilities wanted in a build system
  •     Apache Maven, a Java platform tool for project management and automated software build
  •     A-A-P, a Python based build tool
  •     Cabal, common architecture for building applications and libraries in the programming language Haskell
  •     Flowtracer
  •     Gradle, an open-source build and automation system with a Groovy Rake domain specific language (DSL), combining the advantages of Ant and Apache Maven plus providing many innovative features like a reliable incremental build
  •     Leiningen, a tool providing commonly performed tasks in Clojure projects, including build automation lei
  •     MSBuild, the Microsoft build engine
  •     NAnt, a tool similar to Ant for the .NET Framework
  •     Perforce Jam, a generally enhanced, ground-up tool which is similar to Make
  •     Psake, domain-specific language and build automation tool written in PowerShell
  •     sbt, a build tool built on a Scala-based DSL
  •     SCons, Python-based, with integrated functionality similar to autoconf/automake
  •     Shake, Haskell based, embedded DSL
  •     Tup, Lua based, make-like DSL with a pure focus on speed and scalability
  •     Tweaker, allowing task definitions to be written in any languages (or intermixed languages) while providing a consistent interface for them all
  •     Visual Build, a graphical user interface software for software builds
  •     Waf is a Python-based tool for configuring, compiling and installing applications. It is a replacement for other tools such as Autotools, Scons, CMake or Ant

Build script generation tools

  •     automake
  •     CMake, a cross-platform tool that generates files for the native build environment, such as makefiles for Unix or Workspace files for Visual Studio
  •     GNU Build Tools (aka autotools), a collection of tools for portable builds. These in particular include Autoconf and Automake, cross-platform tools that together generate appropriate localized makefiles.
  •     Generate Your Projects (GYP) – Created for Chromium; it is another tool that generates files for the native build environment
  •     imake
  •     Premake, a Lua based tool for making makefiles, Visual Studio files, Xcode projects, and more
  •     qmake

Continuous integration tools

  •     AnthillPro, build automation with pipeline support for deployment automation and testing. Cross-platform, cross-language
  •     Bamboo, continuous integration software
  •     Automated BuildStudio, a system for automating and managing software build, test and deploy processes, with build scheduling and continuous integration support
  •     Apache Continuum
  •     BuildBot, a Python-based software development continuous integration tool which automates the compile/test cycle
  •     BuildIT, a free graphical build or task tool for Windows with an emphasis on simplicity and ease of use
  •     Buildout, a Python-based build system for creating, assembling and deploying applications from multiple parts
  •     CABIE Continuous Automated Build and Integration Environment, open source, written in Perl
  •     Cascade, a continuous integration tool that builds and tests software components after each change is committed to the repository. Also provides a “checkpointing” facility by which changes can be built and tested before they are committed
  •     CruiseControl, for Java and .NET
  •     FinalBuilder, for Windows software developers. FinalBuilder provides a graphical IDE to create and run build projects
  •     Hudson, an extensible continuous integration engine
  •     Jenkins, an extensible continuous integration engine, forked from Hudson
  •     Team Foundation Server, an extensible continuous integration engine from Microsoft
  •     TeamCity

Configuration management tools

  •     Salt (Python-based)
  •     Ansible
  •     Puppet (Ruby-based)
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