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SCAM stands for Simple Configure for Automatic Makefiles. SCAM is a simple system, based on GNU Make, but adding autoconf-like con
SCAM stands for Simple Configure for Automatic Makefiles.
SCAM is a simple system, based on GNU Make, but adding autoconf-like configuration.
Autoconf usually takes ages to update a configuration just for a simple program, and adds kilobytes of unusefull checks about compiler and system. Also it sort of need the GNU automake for several tasks.
Both automake and autoconf can be replaced by SCAM on basic GNU/Linux systems with standard GNU Make.
Of course SCAM generate Makefiles that are at least as compatibles as automake ones to allow creation of Debian packages (my actual quality test).
Python version 2.3 or above.
What's New in This Release:
This release reworks the internals (now cleaner), adds some new scams (qt4, backreference, sharedlib, jack, gstreamer, glib, xml2, pythonc) and fixes many others, and is more verbose.
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