lthiry at skynet.be
Fri Jul 22 18:17:38 EDT 2005
Stefan Lang a écrit :
>It seems that I have some spare time which I intend to
>invest in Rant development :)
>So I have to decide which features I should concentrate on.
>The following is a list of features I think of:
>* More (and fully portable) support for C/C++, similar to SCons:
> e.g. compile a program
> gen Program, "foo", ["main.c", "foo.c"]
> would create main.o, foo.o and foo on Posix with gcc
> and main.obj, foo.obj and foo.exe on Windows with MSVC++.
> Similar syntax for static and shared libraries.
>* Optional recognition of file changes with MD5 checksums
> instead of file modification times.
>* Basic support for OCaml
>* Scaffolding for Ruby projects
> e.g. with a new command called rant-admin:
> % rant-admin create ruby
> asks some questions then creates directories/files,
> eventuelly module, test and bin/*.rb stubs and an
> Rantfile with package, rdoc, testing and install tasks.
>* Improve C# support
>* Ruby 1.6.8 compatibility
>Please let me know what you would like to see implemented
>(doesn't need to be on the list above :).
>Should I create a survey on RubyForge and post to ruby-talk?
md5 checksum for file change recognition is important to me.
Can you elaborate about the scaffolding?
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