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The A-A-P project offers awards

Aap version 1.0 has been released. The next version should be even more
powerful, faster, reliable and simpler to use. If you help making this
possible you will not only receive appreciation from Aap users, but have
a chance to make money as well!

AWARDS

444 euro for the best contribution to the A-A-P project
222 euro for the most useful patch for Aap or Agide
111 euro for the brightest idea for the A-A-P project... read more

Posted by Bram Moolenaar 2003-07-04

Aap version 1.0 released

Aap version 1.0 has been released.

The past month bugs have been fixed, the MS-Windows port has been
improved and the documentation has been cleaned up.

The Aap program is make on steroids. It does everything that make does,
has a powerful script language build-in and has integrated internet
support. You can use it to:

- Build a program, on multiple platforms and in several variants
- Download a file the moment it is needed
- Maintain a web site (Aap is used for the Vim web site)
- Download and install an application (like FreeBSD ports)
- Obtain a module from CVS, update files in CVS
- Generate and filter files
- And much more... read more

Posted by Bram Moolenaar 2003-07-04

Aap version 0.900, the first beta release

Aap version 0.900 has been released. This is the another milestone for
the A-A-P project. The Aap program is make on steroids. It does everything that make does, has a
powerful script language build-in and has integrated internet support.
You can use it to:

- Build a program, on multiple platforms and in several variants
- Maintain a web site (Aap is used for the Vim web site)
- Download and install an application (like FreeBSD ports)
- Obtain a module from CVS, update files in CVS
- Generate and filter files... read more

Posted by Bram Moolenaar 2003-06-04

A-A-P does more than make

A-A-P version 0.100 has been released. This is the first milestone for
the A-A-P project. The main item in this release is the "aap" program.
It is make on steroids. It does everything that make does, has a
powerful script language build-in and has integrated internet support.
You can use it to:

- Build a program, on multiple platforms and in several variants
- Maintain a web site (A-A-P is used for the Vim web site)
- Download and install an application (like FreeBSD ports)
- Obtain a module from CVS, update files in CVS
- Generate and filter files... read more

Posted by Bram Moolenaar 2002-10-28

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