Release Notes: This is the first patch release in the 2.0 series, which drops backwards compatibility for Python versions prior to 2.4. This release contains a small number of bug fixes for MSVC/MSVS/SDK issues, Fortran compilation, and Tex.
Release Notes: This release contains significant performance improvements, more flexible and reliable detection of changed files, and a huge number of new features, fixes, and other changes.
Release Notes: This release contains a huge number of enhancements and fixes since the last publicly-announced release. Please see the release notes at the SCons Web site for a list of important issues with compatibility implications.
Release Notes: Packaging has been fixed for Mac OS X (darwin). Scanning pre-compiled header (.pch) files has been fixed. Copying construction environments that contain ListOption() options has been fixed. Visual Studio project files now accomodate spaces in executable Python paths, and solution (.dsw) files have corrected GUID strings. Delete() handles the file or directory not existing, and has a new must_exist keyword argument. SCons can now package itself on Windows systems. The Debian package now conforms to Debian naming requirements. The scons.bat file no longer prints its REM statements.
Release Notes: Support for Fortran 90/95 and shared libraries on Mac OS X has been added. Qt support is improved. New debugging and file manipulation features have been added. Java can now be built from multiple source directories. -Wa, -Wl, -Wp, and -pthread options from *-config commands are handled properly. Visual Studio PDB files are now generated at link time. Dependency handling of generated .h files has been improved. Builders now always return lists of Nodes on all platforms. The documentation has been enhanced. Many bugs have been fixed. Performance improvements have been made.
Release Notes: Support has been added for Visual Studio 2003, Borland tools, and the D programming language. Tool specifications may be searched for in a local "toolpath". Construction variables may now be expanded recursively, and appending to FLAGS variables is now consistent for strings and lists. Numerous bugs have been fixed and other miscellaneous enhancements added. Error messages have been improved. Memory utilization is now more efficient. The documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: A new AddOptions() method supports configuring multiple command line options at one time, and new functions support configuring command line options with various commonly useful option behaviors. New variables provide SConscript access to the targets being built. Use of the CPPDEFINES variable with C++ source files has been fixed. SGI and AIX tool C and C++ tool specifications have been fixed. Other fixes have been added. The User's Guide now covers command line option configuration and all new functionality.
Release Notes: A SCons User's Guide has been newly released. All default Builders and most environment methods can be called as global functions, and most global functions now have corresponding environment methods. The parallel build (-j) implementation has improved performance and handling of keyboard interrupts. This release may be configured to store signatures in a global .sconsign file. Changes within source or dependent directories now trigger rebuilds. This release searchs for and uses Jar manifest files. Numerous other enhancements and fixes have been made.
Release Notes: 0.91 would not work on Win32 systems unless either the Visual Studio linker or the GCC linker was installed, or a custom-defined linker was used; this bug has been fixed. Support for the PharLap linker has been fixed. Use of the YACC -o option now correctly uses the target file basename for the generated .h file. The .deb package has been updated to match the dependencies of the package available through debian.org.
Release Notes: Support has been added for Qt and SWIG (.ui and .i files). A new CPPDEFINES variable supports platform-independent specification of command line definitions. A new script can dump signature information stored by SCons. Builders can now vary the file prefix and suffix, and the emitter called, depending on the source file type. Error handling has been improved, performance improvements have been added, numerous bugs have been fixed, and the documentation has been updated.