Release Notes: Over seven years and innumerous changes; almost a complete rewrite of version 1.40.1 with many new features. One core feature has always been smart signatures for C-like languages, not recompiling if only comments or whitespace changed. This is now easily extensible to any suffix or filename. The same is now also available for XML files, with a choice of two parsers.
Release Notes: Only a few minor bugs were reported and fixed since rc2. Many files were touched due to spell checking of documentation and comments.
Release Notes: Only few minor bugs were reported since rc1, and all have been fixed. The major change is installation of HTML documentation in a new format, the same one that is also used for the newly designed Web site.
Release Notes: After seven years and many changes, this is almost a complete rewrite of version 1.40.1, with many new features. One core feature has always been smart signatures for C++ like languages, i.e. not recompiling if only comments or whitespace changed. Since the last snapshot, this has become easily extensible to any suffix or filename. The same is now also available for XML files, with a choice of two parsers.
Release Notes: Support for new command line options: -n (to display commands that would execute rather than executing them), --assume-old, --assume-new, --dont-build, and --keep-repository-symlinks. Client-server mode for fast startup. A rewritten interface to handle scanning for include files. Support for verilog. Many bugfixes. Support for GNU make's define statement. Reorganized and corrected documentation.
Release Notes: A number of bugfixes, a client/server system for faster startup, and an improved include file scanning implementation that makes it much easier to support new languages.
Release Notes: This version reorganizes the documentation, includes a configure script for installation, supports target-specific variable assignments, supports the $(origin) function, adds the new functions $(find_upwards) and $(relative_to), can inhibit importing files from repositories by making a locally unreadable copy, and includes miscellaneous bugfixes.
Release Notes: makepp now supports the Cygwin build environment. This release also fixes several minor bugs.
Release Notes: makepp's compatibility with GNU make has been significantly improved. By default, makepp now uses a checksum ignoring whitespace and comments when compiling C/C++ sources, so you can reindent or recomment your code without causing recompilation.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and better backward compatibility with GNU make.