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A software construction tool

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    I installed Python 3.4 because it was required, but when I installed SCons, I couldn't find it on my computer. I thought it would be a program creator or something.

    Posted 12/10/2014
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    I am used to many languages, but Python just sucks for a build tool. as a developer knowing C and c++ well enough to do what I need to do, getting into python to configure stuff is just bad. I rather use Qt or just plain makefiles. I downloaded a project using scons, but there is no way to get that compiled. it started of that zlib.h wasn't found even it was available in /usr/include

    Posted 10/12/2013
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    Documentation is seriously deficient and disorganized, and scons runs much slower than make on our systems. If I had control over the project's SCM implementation, I would run away from scons.

    Posted 08/18/2010

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