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SCons - a software construction tool
Change Log
RELEASE 2.0.1 - Mon, 15 Aug 2010 15:46:32 -0700
From Dirk Baechle:
- Fix XML in documentation.
From Joe Zuntz:
- Fixed a case-sensitivity problem with Fortran modules.
From Bauke Conijn:
- Added Users Guide example for auto-generated source code
From Steven Knight:
- Fix explicit dependencies (Depends()) on Nodes that don't have
attached Builders.
- Provide forward compatibility for the 'profile' module.
- Provide forward compatibility for the 'pickle' module.
- Provide forward compatibility for the 'io' module.
- Provide forward compatibility for the 'queue' module.
- Provide forward compatibility for the 'collections' module.
- Provide forward compatibility for the 'builtins' module.
- Provide forward compatibility for 'sys.intern()'.
- Convert to os.walk() from of os.path.walk().
- Remove compatibility logic no longer needed.
- Add a '-3' option to runtest to print 3.x incompatibility warnings.
- Convert old-style classes into new-style classes.
- Fix "Ignoring corrupt sconsign entry" warnings when building
in a tree with a pre-2.0 .sconsign file.
- Fix propagation from environment of VS*COMNTOOLS to resolve issues
initializing MSVC/MSVS/SDK issues.
- Handle detecting Visual C++ on Python verions with upper-case
platform architectures like 'AMD64'.
From Matt Hughes:
- Fix the ability to append to default $*FLAGS values (which are
implemented as CLVar instances) in a copied construction environment
without affecting the original construction environment's value.
From Rob Managan:
- Updated the TeX command strings to include a /D on Windows in
case the new directory is on a different drive letter.
- Fixed the LaTeX scanner so dependencies are found in commands that
are broken across lines with a comment or have embedded spaces.
From W. Trevor King:
- Revisions to README.
From Greg Noel:
- Apply numerous Python fixers to update code to more modern idioms.
Find where fixers should be applied to code in test strings and
apply the fixers there, too.
- Write a fixer to convert string functions to string methods.
- Modify the 'dict' fixer to be less conservative.
- Modify the 'apply' fixer to handle more cases.
- Create a modified 'types' fixer that converts types to 2.x
equivalents rather than 3.x equivalents.
- Write a 'division' fixer to highlight uses of the old-style
division operator. Correct usage where needed.
- Add forward compatibility for the new 'memoryview' function
(which replaces the 'buffer' function).
- Add forward compatibility for the 'winreg' module.
- Remove no-longer-needed 'platform' module.
- Run tests with the '-3' option to Python 2.6 and clear up
various reported incompatibilities.
- Comb out code paths specialized to Pythons older than 2.4.
- Update deprecation warnings; most now become mandatory.
- Start deprecation cycle for BuildDir() and build_dir.
- Start deprecation cycle for SourceCode() and related factories
- Fixed a problem with is_Dict() not identifying some objects derived
from UserDict.
From Jim Randall:
- Document the AllowSubstExceptions() function in the User's Guide.
From William Deegan:
- Migrate MSVC/MSVS/SDK improvements from 1.3 branch.
RELEASE 1.3.0 - Tue, 23 Mar 2010 21:44:19 -0400
From Steven Knight:
- Update man page and documentation.
From William Deegan (plus minor patch from Gary Oberbrunner):
- Support Visual Studio 8.0 Express
RELEASE 1.2.0.d20100306 - Sat, 06 Mar 2010 16:18:33 -0800
From Luca Falavigna:
- Fix typos in the man page.
From Gottfried Ganssauge:
- Support execution when SCons is installed via easy_install.
From Steven Knight:
- Make the messages for Configure checks of compilers consistent.
- Issue an error message if a BUILDERS entry is not a Builder
object or a callable wrapper.
From Rob Managan:
- Update tex builder to handle the case where a \input{foo}
command tries to work with a directory named foo instead of the
file foo.tex. The builder now ignores a directory and continues
searching to find the correct file. Thanks to Lennart Sauerbeck
for the test case and initial patch
Also allow the \include of files in subdirectories when variantDir
is used with duplicate=0. Previously latex would crash since
the directory in which the .aux file is written was not created.
Thanks to Stefan Hepp for finding this and part of the solution.
From James Teh:
- Patches to fix some issues using MS SDK V7.0
From William Deegan:
- Lots of testing and minor patches to handle mixed MS VC and SDK
installations, as well as having only the SDK installed.
RELEASE 1.2.0.d20100117 - Sun, 17 Jan 2010 14:26:59 -0800
From Jim Randall:
- Fixed temp filename race condition on Windows with long cmd lines.
From David Cournapeau:
- Fixed tryRun when sconf directory is in a variant dir.
- Do not add -fPIC for ifort tool on non-posix platforms (darwin and
windows).
- Fix bug 2294 (spurious CheckCC failures).
- Fix scons bootstrap process on windows 64 (wrong wininst name)
From William Deegan:
- Final merge from vs_revamp branch to main
- Added definition and usage of HOST_OS, HOST_ARCH, TARGET_OS,
TARGET_ARCH, currently only defined/used by Visual Studio
Compilers. This will be rolled out to other platforms/tools
in the future.
- Add check for python >= 3.0.0 and exit gracefully.
For 1.3 python >= 1.5.2 and < 3.0.0 are supported
- Fix bug 1944 - Handle non-existent .i file in swig emitter, previously
it would crash with an IOError exception. Now it will try to make an
educated guess on the module name based on the filename.
From Lukas Erlinghagen:
- Have AddOption() remove variables from the list of
seen-but-unknown variables (which are reported later).
- An option name and aliases can now be specified as a tuple.
From Hartmut Goebel:
- Textfile builder.
From Jared Grubb:
- use "is/is not" in comparisons with None instead of "==" or "!=".
From Jim Hunziker:
- Avoid adding -gphobos to a command line multiple times
when initializing use of the DMD compiler.
From Jason Kenney:
- Sugguested HOST/TARGET OS/ARCH separation.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix the -n option when used with VariantDir(duplicate=1)
and the variant directory doesn't already exist.
- Fix scanning of Unicode files for both UTF-16 endian flavors.
- Fix a TypeError on #include of file names with Unicode characters.
- Fix an exception if a null command-line argument is passed in.
- Evaluate Requires() prerequisites before a Node's direct children
(sources and dependencies).
From Greg Noel:
- Remove redundant __metaclass__ initializations in Environment.py.
- Correct the documentation of text returned by sconf.Result().
- Document that filenames with '.' as the first character are
ignored by Glob() by default (matching UNIX glob semantics).
- Fix SWIG testing infrastructure to work on Mac OS X.
- Restructure a test that occasionally hung so that the test would
detect when it was stuck and fail instead.
- Substfile builder.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- When reporting a target that SCons doesn't know how to make,
specify whether it's a File, Dir, etc.
From Ben Webb:
- Fix use of $SWIGOUTDIR when generating Python wrappers.
- Add $SWIGDIRECTORSUFFIX and $SWIGVERSION construction variables.
From Rob Managan:
- Add -recorder flag to Latex commands and updated internals to
use the output to find files TeX creates. This allows the MiKTeX
installations to find the created files
- Notify user of Latex errors that would get buried in the
Latex output
- Remove LATEXSUFFIXES from environments that don't initialize Tex.
- Add support for the glosaaries package for glossaries and acronyms
- Fix problem that pdftex, latex, and pdflatex tools by themselves did
not create the actions for bibtex, makeindex,... by creating them
and other environment settings in one routine called by all four
tex tools.
- Fix problem with filenames of sideeffects when the user changes
the name of the output file from the latex default
- Add scanning of files included in Latex by means of \lstinputlisting{}
Patch from Stefan Hepp.
- Change command line for epstopdf to use --outfile= instead of -o
since this works on all platforms.
Patch from Stefan Hepp.
- Change scanner to properly search for included file from the
directory of the main file instead of the file it is included from.
Also update the emitter to add the .aux file associated with
\include{filename} commands. This makes sure the required directories
if any are created for variantdir cases.
Half of the patch from Stefan Hepp.
RELEASE 1.2.0.d20090223 - Mon, 23 Feb 2009 08:41:06 -0800
From Stanislav Baranov:
- Make suffix-matching for scanners case-insensitive on Windows.
From David Cournapeau:
- Change the way SCons finds versions of Visual C/C++ and Visual
Studio to find and use the Microsoft v*vars.bat files.
From Robert P. J. Day:
- User's Guide updates.
From Dan Eaton:
- Fix generation of Visual Studio 8 project files on x64 platforms.
From Allan Erskine:
- Set IncludeSearchPath and PreprocessorDefinitions in generated
Visual Studio 8 project files, to help IntelliSense work.
From Mateusz Gruca:
- Fix deletion of broken symlinks by the --clean option.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix the error message when use of a non-existent drive on Windows
is detected.
- Add sources for files whose targets don't exist in $CHANGED_SOURCES.
- Detect implicit dependencies on commands even when the command is
quoted.
- Fix interaction of $CHANGED_SOURCES with the --config=force option.
- Fix finding #include files when the string contains escaped
backslashes like "C:\\some\\include.h".
- Pass $CCFLAGS to Visual C/C++ precompiled header compilation.
- Remove unnecessary nested $( $) around $_LIBDIRFLAGS on link lines
for the Microsoft linker, the OS/2 ilink linker and the Phar Lap
linkloc linker.
- Spell the Windows environment variables consistently "SystemDrive"
and "SystemRoot" instead of "SYSTEMDRIVE" and "SYSTEMROOT".
RELEASE 1.2.0.d20090113 - Tue, 13 Jan 2009 02:50:30 -0800
From Stanislav Baranov, Ted Johnson and Steven Knight:
- Add support for batch compilation of Visual Studio C/C++ source
files, controlled by a new $MSVC_BATCH construction variable.
From Steven Knight:
- Print the message, "scons: Build interrupted." on error output,
not standard output.
- Add a --warn=future-deprecated option for advance warnings about
deprecated features that still have warnings hidden by default.
- Fix use of $SOURCE and $SOURCES attributes when there are no
sources specified in the Builder call.
- Add support for new $CHANGED_SOURCES, $CHANGED_TARGETS,
$UNCHANGED_SOURCES and $UNCHANGED_TARGETS variables.
- Add general support for batch builds through new batch_key= and
targets= keywords to Action object creation.
From Arve Knudsen:
- Make linker tools differentiate properly between SharedLibrary
and LoadableModule.
- Document TestCommon.shobj_prefix variable.
- Support $SWIGOUTDIR values with spaces.
From Rob Managan:
- Don't automatically try to build .pdf graphics files for
.eps files in \includegraphics{} calls in TeX/LaTeX files
when building with the PDF builder (and thus using pdflatex).
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Allow AppendENVPath() and PrependENVPath() to interpret '#'
for paths relative to the top-level SConstruct directory.
- Use the Borland ilink -e option to specify the output file name.
- Document that the msvc Tool module uses $PCH, $PCHSTOP and $PDB.
- Allow WINDOWS_INSERT_DEF=0 to disable --output-def when linking
under MinGW.
From Zia Sobhani:
- Fix typos in the User's Guide.
From Greg Spencer:
- Support implicit dependency scanning of files encoded in utf-8
and utf-16.
From Roberto de Vecchi:
- Remove $CCFLAGS from the the default definitions of $CXXFLAGS for
Visual C/C++ and MIPSpro C++ on SGI so, they match other tools
and avoid flag duplication on C++ command lines.
From Ben Webb:
- Handle quoted module names in SWIG source files.
- Emit *_wrap.h when SWIG generates header file for directors
From Matthew Wesley:
- Copy file attributes so we identify, and can link a shared library
from, shared object files in a Repository.
RELEASE 1.2.0 - Sat, 20 Dec 2008 22:47:29 -0800
From Steven Knight:
- Don't fail if can't import a _subprocess module on Windows.
- Add warnings for use of the deprecated Options object.
RELEASE 1.1.0.d20081207 - Sun, 07 Dec 2008 19:17:23 -0800
From Benoit Belley:
- Improve the robustness of GetBuildFailures() by refactoring
SCons exception handling (especially BuildError exceptions).
- Have the --taskmastertrace= option print information about
individual Task methods, not just the Taskmaster control flow.
- Eliminate some spurious dependency cycles by being more aggressive
about pruning pending children from the Taskmaster walk.
- Suppress mistaken reports of a dependency cycle when a child
left on the pending list is a single Node in EXECUTED state.
From David Cournapeau:
- Fix $FORTRANMODDIRPREFIX for the ifort (Intel Fortran) tool.
From Brad Fitzpatrick:
- Don't pre-generate an exception message (which will likely be
ignored anyway) when an EntryProxy re-raises an AttributeError.
From Jared Grubb:
- Clean up coding style and white space in Node/FS.py.
- Fix a typo in the documentation for $_CPPDEFFLAGS.
- Issue 2401: Fix usage of comparisons with None.
From Ludwig Hähne:
- Handle Java inner classes declared within a method.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix label placement by the "scons-time.py func" subcommand
when a profile value was close to (or equal to) 0.0.
- Fix env.Append() and env.Prepend()'s ability to add a string to
list-like variables like $CCFLAGS under Python 2.6.
- Other Python2.6 portability: don't use "as" (a Python 2.6 keyword).
Don't use the deprecated Exception.message attribute.
- Support using the -f option to search for a different top-level
file name when walking up with the -D, -U or -u options.
- Fix use of VariantDir when the -n option is used and doesn't,
therefore, actually create the variant directory.
- Fix a stack trace from the --debug=includes option when passed a
static or shared library as an argument.
- Speed up the internal find_file() function (used for searching
CPPPATH, LIBPATH, etc.).
- Add support for using the Python "in" keyword on construction
environments (for example, if "CPPPATH" in env: ...).
- Fix use of Glob() when a repository or source directory contains
an in-memory Node without a corresponding on-disk file or directory.
- Add a warning about future reservation of $CHANGED_SOURCES,
$CHANGED_TARGETS, $UNCHANGED_SOURCES and $UNCHANGED_TARGETS.
- Enable by default the existing warnings about setting the resource
$SOURCE, $SOURCES, $TARGET and $TARGETS variable.
From Rob Managan:
- Scan for TeX files in the paths specified in the $TEXINPUTS
construction variable and the $TEXINPUTS environment variable.
- Configure the PDF() and PostScript() Builders as single_source so
they know each source file generates a separate target file.
- Add $EPSTOPDF, $EPSTOPDFFLAGS and $EPSTOPDFCOM
- Add .tex as a valid extension for the PDF() builder.
- Add regular expressions to find \input, \include and
\includegraphics.
- Support generating a .pdf file from a .eps source.
- Recursive scan included input TeX files.
- Handle requiring searched-for TeX input graphics files to have
extensions (to avoid trying to build a .eps from itself, e.g.).
From Greg Noel:
- Make the Action() function handle positional parameters consistently.
- Clarify use of Configure.CheckType().
- Make the File.{Dir,Entry,File}() methods create their entries
relative to the calling File's directory, not the SConscript
directory.
- Use the Python os.devnull variable to discard error output when
looking for the $CC or $CXX version.
- Mention LoadableModule() in the SharedLibrary() documentation.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Update the User's Guide to clarify use of the site_scons/
directory and the site_init.py module.
- Make env.AppendUnique() and env.PrependUnique remove duplicates
within a passed-in list being added, too.
From Randall Spangler:
- Fix Glob() so an on-disk file or directory beginning with '#'
doesn't throw an exception.
RELEASE 1.1.0 - Thu, 09 Oct 2008 08:33:47 -0700
From Chris AtLee
- Use the specified environment when checking for the GCC compiler
version.
From Ian P. Cardenas:
- Fix Glob() polluting LIBPATH by returning copy of list
From David Cournapeau:
- Add CheckCC, CheckCXX, CheckSHCC and CheckSHCXX tests to
configuration contexts.
- Have the --profile= argument use the much faster cProfile module
(if it's available in the running Python version).
- Reorder MSVC compilation arguments so the /Fo is first.
From Bill Deegan:
- Add scanning Windows resource (.rc) files for implicit dependencies.
From John Gozde:
- When scanning for a #include file, don't use a directory that
has the same name as the file.
From Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve
- Suppress error output when checking for the GCC compiler version.
From Jared Grubb:
- Fix VariantDir duplication of #included files in subdirectories.
From Ludwig Hähne:
- Reduce memory usage when a directory is used as a dependency of
another Node (such as an Alias) by returning a concatenation
of the children's signatures + names, not the children's contents,
as the directory contents.
- Raise AttributeError, not KeyError, when a Builder can't be found.
- Invalidate cached Node information (such as the contenst returned
by the get_contents() method) when calling actions with Execute().
- Avoid object reference cycles from frame objects.
- Reduce memory usage from Null Executor objects.
- Compute MD5 checksums of large files without reading the entire
file contents into memory. Add a new --md5-chunksize option to
control the size of each chunk read into memory.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix the ability of the add_src_builder() method to add a new
source builder to any other builder.
- Avoid an infinite loop on non-Windows systems trying to find the
SCons library directory if the Python library directory does not
begin with the string "python".
- Search for the SCons library directory in "scons-local" (with
no version number) after "scons-local-{VERSION}".
From Rob Managan:
- Fix the user's ability to interrupt the TeX build chain.
- Fix the TeX builder's allowing the user to specify the target name,
instead of always using its default output name based on the source.
- Iterate building TeX output files until all warning are gone
and the auxiliary files stop changing, or until we reach the
(configurable) maximum number of retries.
- Add TeX scanner support for: glossaries, nomenclatures, lists of
figures, lists of tables, hyperref and beamer.
- Use the $BIBINPUTS, $BSTINPUTS, $TEXINPUTS and $TEXPICTS construction
variables as search paths for the relevant types of input file.
- Fix building TeX with VariantDir(duplicate=0) in effect.
- Fix the LaTeX scanner to search for graphics on the TEXINPUTS path.
- Have the PDFLaTeX scanner search for .gif files as well.
From Greg Noel:
- Fix typos and format bugs in the man page.
- Add a first draft of a wrapper module for Python's subprocess
module.
- Refactor use of the SCons.compat module so other modules don't
have to import it individually.
- Add .sx as a suffix for assembly language files that use the
C preprocessor.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Make Glob() sort the returned list of Files or Nodes
to prevent spurious rebuilds.
- Add a delete_existing keyword argument to the AppendENVPath()
and PrependENVPath() Environment methods.
- Add ability to use "$SOURCE" when specifying a target to a builder
From Damyan Pepper:
- Add a test case to verify that SConsignFile() files can be
created in previously non-existent subdirectories.
From Jim Randall:
- Make the subdirectory in which the SConsignFile() file will
live, if the subdirectory doesn't already exist.
From Ali Tofigh:
- Add a test to verify duplication of files in VariantDir subdirectories.
RELEASE 1.0.1 - Sat, 06 Sep 2008 07:29:34 -0700
From Greg Noel:
- Add a FindFile() section to the User's Guide.
- Fix the FindFile() documentation in the man page.
- Fix formatting errors in the Package() description in the man page.
- Escape parentheses that appear within variable names when spawning
command lines using os.system().
RELEASE 1.0.0 - XXX
From Jared Grubb:
- Clear the Node state when turning a generic Entry into a Dir.
From Ludwig Hähne:
- Fix sporadic output-order failures in test/GetBuildFailures/parallel.py.
- Document the ParseDepends() function in the User's Guide.
From khomenko:
- Create a separate description and long_description for RPM packages.
From Steven Knight:
- Document the GetLaunchDir() function in the User's Guide.
- Have the env.Execute() method print an error message if the
executed command fails.
- Add a script for creating a standard SCons development system on
Ubuntu Hardy. Rewrite subsidiary scripts for install Python and
SCons versions in Python (from shell).
From Greg Noel:
- Handle yacc/bison on newer Mac OS X versions creating file.hpp,
not file.cpp.h.
- In RPCGEN tests, ignore stderr messages from older versions of
rpcgen on some versions of Mac OS X.
- Fix typos in man page descriptions of Tag() and Package(), and in
the scons-time man page.
- Fix documentation of SConf.CheckLibWithHeader and other SConf methods.
- Update documentation of SConscript(variant_dir) usage.
- Fix SWIG tests for (some versions of) Mac OS X.
From Jonas Olsson:
- Print the warning about -j on Windows being potentially unreliable if
the pywin32 extensions are unavailable or lack file handle operations.
From Jim Randall:
- Fix the env.WhereIs() method to expand construction variables.
From Rogier Schouten:
- Enable building of shared libraries with the Bordand ilink32 linker.
RELEASE 1.0.0 - Sat, 09 Aug 2008 12:19:44 -0700
From Luca Falavigna:
- Fix SCons man page indentation under Debian's man page macros.
From Steven Knight:
- Clarify the man page description of the SConscript(src_dir) argument.
- User's Guide updates:
- Document the BUILD_TARGETS, COMMAND_LINE_TARGETS and
DEFAULT_TARGETS variables.
- Document the AddOption(), GetOption() and SetOption() functions.
- Document the Requires() function; convert to the Variables
object, its UnknownOptions() method, and its associated
BoolVariable(), EnumVariable(), ListVariable(), PackageVariable()
and PathVariable() functions.
- Document the Progress() function.
- Reorganize the chapter and sections describing the different
types of environments and how they interact. Document the
SetDefault() method. Document the PrependENVPath() and
AppendENVPath() functions.
- Reorganize the command-line arguments chapter. Document the
ARGLIST variable.
- Collect some miscellaneous sections into a chapter about
configuring build output.
- Man page updates:
- Document suggested use of the Visual C/C++ /FC option to fix
the ability to double-click on file names in compilation error
messages.
- Document the need to use Clean() for any SideEffect() files that
must be explicitly removed when their targets are removed.
- Explicitly document use of Node lists as input to Dependency().
From Greg Noel:
- Document MergeFlags(), ParseConfig(), ParseFlags() and SideEffect()
in the User's Guide.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Document use of the GetBuildFailures() function in the User's Guide.
From Adam Simpkins:
- Add man page text clarifying the behavior of AddPreAction() and
AddPostAction() when called with multiple targets.
From Alexey Zezukin:
- Fix incorrectly swapped man page descriptions of the --warn= options
for duplicate-environment and missing-sconscript.
RELEASE 0.98.5 - Sat, 07 Jun 2008 08:20:35 -0700
From Benoit Belley:
- Fix the Intel C++ compiler ABI specification for EMT64 processors.
From David Cournapeau:
- Issue a (suppressable) warning, not an error, when trying to link
C++ and Fortran object files into the same executable.
From Steven Knight:
- Update the scons.bat file so that it returns the real exit status
from SCons, even though it uses setlocal + endlocal.
- Fix the --interactive post-build messages so it doesn't get stuck
mistakenly reporting failures after any individual build fails.
- Fix calling File() as a File object method in some circumstances.
- Fix setup.py installation on Mac OS X so SCons gets installed
under /usr/lcoal by default, not in the Mac OS X Python framework.
RELEASE 0.98.4 - Sat, 17 May 2008 22:14:46 -0700
From Benoit Belley:
- Fix calculation of signatures for Python function actions with
closures in Python versions before 2.5.
From David Cournapeau:
- Fix the initialization of $SHF77FLAGS so it includes $F77FLAGS.
From Jonas Olsson:
- Fix a syntax error in the Intel C compiler support on Windows.
From Steven Knight:
- Change how we represent Python Value Nodes when printing and when
stored in .sconsign files (to avoid blowing out memory by storing
huge strings in .sconsign files after multiple runs using Configure
contexts cause the Value strings to be re-escaped each time).
- Fix a regression in not executing configuration checks after failure
of any configuration check that used the same compiler or other tool.
- Handle multiple destinations in Visual Studio 8 settings for the
analogues to the INCLUDE, LIBRARY and PATH variables.
From Greg Noel:
- Update man page text for VariantDir().
RELEASE 0.98.3 - Tue, 29 Apr 2008 22:40:12 -0700
From Greg Noel:
- Fix use of $CXXFLAGS when building C++ shared object files.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix a regression when a Builder's source_scanner doesn't select
a more specific scanner for the suffix of a specified source file.
- Fix the Options object backwards compatibility so people can still
"import SCons.Options.{Bool,Enum,List,Package,Path}Option" submodules.
- Fix searching for implicit dependencies when an Entry Node shows up
in the search path list.
From Stefano:
- Fix expansion of $FORTRANMODDIR in the default Fortran command line(s)
when it's set to something like ${TARGET.dir}.
RELEASE 0.98.2 - Sun, 20 Apr 2008 23:38:56 -0700
From Steven Knight:
- Fix a bug in Fortran suffix computation that would cause SCons to
run out of memory on Windows systems.
- Fix being able to specify --interactive mode command lines with
\ (backslash) path name separators on Windows.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Document Glob() in the User's Guide.
RELEASE 0.98.1 - Fri, 18 Apr 2008 19:11:58 -0700
From Benoit Belley:
- Speed up the SCons.Util.to_string*() functions.
- Optimize various Node intialization and calculations.
- Optimize Executor scanning code.
- Optimize Taskmaster execution, including dependency-cycle checking.
- Fix the --debug=stree option so it prints its tree once, not twice.
From Johan BoulÃ:
- Fix the ability to use LoadableModule() under MinGW.
From David Cournapeau:
- Various missing Fortran-related construction variables have been added.
- SCons now uses the program specified in the $FORTRAN construction
variable to link Fortran object files.
- Fortran compilers on Linux (Intel, g77 and gfortran) now add the -fPIC
option by default when compilling shared objects.
- New 'sunf77', 'sunf90' and 'sunf95' Tool modules have been added to
support Sun Fortran compilers. On Solaris, the Sun Fortran compilers
are used in preference to other compilers by default.
- Fortran support now uses gfortran in preference to g77.
- Fortran file suffixes are now configurable through the
$F77FILESUFFIXES, $F90FILESUFFIXES, $F95FILESUFFIXES and
$FORTRANFILESUFFIXES variables.
From Steven Knight:
- Make the -d, -e, -w and --no-print-directory options "Ignored for
compatibility." (We're not going to implement them.)
- Fix a serious inefficiency in how SCons checks for whether any source
files are missing when a Builder call creates many targets from many
input source files.
- In Java projects, make the target .class files depend only on the
specific source .java files where the individual classes are defined.
- Don't store duplicate source file entries in the .sconsign file so
we don't endlessly rebuild the target(s) for no reason.
- Add a Variables object as the first step towards deprecating the
Options object name. Similarly, add BoolVariable(), EnumVariable(),
ListVariable(), PackageVariable() and PathVariable() functions
as first steps towards replacing BoolOption(), EnumOption(),
ListOption(), PackageOption() and PathOption().
- Change the options= keyword argument to the Environment() function
to variables=, to avoid confusion with SCons command-line options.
Continue supporting the options= keyword for backwards compatibility.
- When $SWIGFLAGS contains the -python flag, expect the generated .py
file to be in the same (sub)directory as the target.
- When compiling C++ files, allow $CCFLAGS settings to show up on the
command line even when $CXXFLAGS has been redefined.
- Fix --interactive with -u/-U/-D when a VariantDir() is used.
From Anatoly Techtonik:
- Have the scons.bat file add the script execution directory to its
local %PATH% on Windows, so the Python executable can be found.
From Mike Wake:
- Fix passing variable names as a list to the Return() function.
From Matthew Wesley:
- Add support for the GDC 'D' language compiler.
RELEASE 0.98 - Sun, 30 Mar 2008 23:33:05 -0700
From Benoit Belley:
- Fix the --keep-going flag so it builds all possible targets even when
a later top-level target depends on a child that failed its build.
- Fix being able to use $PDB and $WINDWOWS_INSERT_MANIFEST together.
- Don't crash if un-installing the Intel C compiler leaves left-over,
dangling entries in the Windows registry.
- Improve support for non-standard library prefixes and suffixes by
stripping all prefixes/suffixes from file name string as appropriate.
- Reduce the default stack size for -j worker threads to 256 Kbytes.
Provide user control over this value by adding --stack-size and
--warn=stack-size options, and a SetOption('stack_size') function.
- Fix a crash on Linux systems when trying to use the Intel C compiler
and no /opt/intel_cc_* directories are found.
- Improve using Python functions as actions by incorporating into
a FunctionAction's signature:
- literal values referenced by the byte code.
- values of default arguments
- code of nested functions
- values of variables captured by closures
- names of referenced global variables and functions
- Fix the closing message when --clean and --keep-going are both
used and no errors occur.
- Add support for the Intel C compiler on Mac OS X.
- Speed up reading SConscript files by about 20% (for some
configurations) by: 1) optimizing the SCons.Util.is_*() and
SCons.Util.flatten() functions; 2) avoiding unnecessary os.stat()
calls by using a File's .suffix attribute directly instead of
stringifying it.
From Jérôme Berger:
- Have the D language scanner search for .di files as well as .d files.
- Add a find_include_names() method to the Scanner.Classic class to
abstract out how included names can be generated by subclasses.
- Allow the D language scanner to detect multiple modules imported by
a single statement.
From Konstantin Bozhikov:
- Support expansion of construction variables that contain or refer
to lists of other variables or Nodes within expansions like $CPPPATH.
- Change variable substitution (the env.subst() method) so that an
input sequence (list or tuple) is preserved as a list in the output.
From David Cournapeau:
- Add a CheckDeclaration() call to configure contexts.
- Improve the CheckTypeSize() code.
- Add a Define() call to configure contexts, to add arbitrary #define
lines to a generated configure header file.
- Add a "gfortran" Tool module for the GNU F95/F2003 compiler.
- Avoid use of -rpath with the Mac OS X linker.
- Add comment lines to the generated config.h file to describe what
the various #define/#undef lines are doing.
From Steven Knight:
- Support the ability to subclass the new-style "str" class as input
to Builders.
- Improve the performance of our type-checking by using isinstance()
with new-style classes.
- Fix #include (and other $*PATH variables searches) of files with
absolute path names. Don't die if they don't exist (due to being
#ifdef'ed out or the like).
- Fix --interactive mode when Default(None) is used.
- Fix --debug=memoizer to work around a bug in base Python 2.2 metaclass
initialization (by just not allowing Memoization in Python versions
that have the bug).
- Have the "scons-time time" subcommand handle empty log files, and
log files that contain no results specified by the --which option.
- Fix the max Y of vertical bars drawn by "scons-time --fmt=gnuplot".
- On Mac OS X, account for the fact that the header file generated
from a C++ file will be named (e.g.) file.cpp.h, not file.hpp.
- Fix floating-point numbers confusing the Java parser about
generated .class file names in some configurations.
- Document (nearly) all the values you can now fetch with GetOption().
- Fix use of file names containing strings of multiple spaces when
using ActionFactory instances like the Copy() or Move() function.
- Fix a 0.97 regression when using a variable expansion (like
$OBJSUFFIX) in a source file name to a builder with attached source
builders that match suffix (like Program()+Object()).
- Have the Java parser recognize generics (surrounded by angle brackets)
so they don't interfere with identifying anonymous inner classes.
- Avoid an infinite loop when trying to use saved copies of the
env.Install() or env.InstallAs() after replacing the method
attributes.
- Improve the performance of setting construction variables.
- When cloning a construction environment, avoid over-writing an
attribute for an added method if the user explicitly replaced it.
- Add a warning about deprecated support for Python 1.5, 2.0 and 2.1.
- Fix being able to SetOption('warn', ...) in SConscript files.
- Add a warning about env.Copy() being deprecated.
- Add warnings about the --debug={dtree,stree,tree} options
being deprecated.
- Add VariantDir() as the first step towards deprecating BuildDir().
Add the keyword argument "variant_dir" as the replacement for
"build_dir".
- Add warnings about the {Target,Source}Signatures() methods and
functions being deprecated.
From Rob Managan:
- Enhance TeX and LaTeX support to work with BuildDir(duplicate=0).
- Re-run LaTeX when it issues a package warning that it must be re-run.
From Leanid Nazdrynau:
- Have the Copy() action factory preserve file modes and times
when copying individual files.
From Jan Nijtmans:
- If $JARCHDIR isn't set explicitly, use the .java_classdir attribute
that was set when the Java() Builder built the .class files.
From Greg Noel:
- Document the Dir(), File() and Entry() methods of Dir and File Nodes.
- Add the parse_flags option when creating Environments
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Make File(), Dir() and Entry() return a list of Nodes when passed
a list of names, instead of trying to make a string from the name
list and making a Node from that string.
- Fix the ability to build an Alias in --interactive mode.
- Fix the ability to hash the contents of actions for nested Python
functions on Python versions where the inability to pickle them
returns a TypeError (instead of the documented PicklingError).
From Jonas Olsson:
- Fix use of the Intel C compiler when the top compiler directory,
but not the compiler version, is specified.
- Handle Intel C compiler network license files (port@system).
From Jim Randall:
- Fix how Python Value Nodes are printed in --debug=explain output.
From Adam Simpkins:
- Add a --interactive option that starts a session for building (or
cleaning) targets without re-reading the SConscript files every time.
- Fix use of readline command-line editing in --interactive mode.
- Have the --interactive mode "build" command with no arguments
build the specified Default() targets.
- Fix the Chmod(), Delete(), Mkdir() and Touch() Action factories to
take a list (of Nodes or strings) as arguments.
From Vaclav Smilauer:
- Fix saving and restoring an Options value of 'all' on Python
versions where all() is a builtin function.
From Daniel Svensson:
- Code correction in SCons.Util.is_List().
From Ben Webb:
- Support the SWIG %module statement with following modifiers in
parenthese (e.g., '%module(directors="1")').
RELEASE 0.97.0d20071212 - Wed, 12 Dec 2007 09:29:32 -0600
From Benoit Belley:
- Fix occasional spurious rebuilds and inefficiency when using
--implicit-cache and Builders that produce multiple targets.
- Allow SCons to not have to know about the builders of generated
files when BuildDir(duplicate=0) is used, potentially allowing some
SConscript files to be ignored for smaller builds.
From David Cournapeau:
- Add a CheckTypeSize() call to configure contexts.
From Ken Deeter:
- Make the "contents" of Alias Nodes a concatenation of the children's
content signatures (MD5 checksums), not a concatenation of the
children's contents, to avoid using large amounts of memory during
signature calculation.
From Malte Helmert:
- Fix a lot of typos in the man page and User's Guide.
From Geoffrey Irving:
- Speed up conversion of paths in .sconsign files to File or Dir Nodes.
From Steven Knight:
- Add an Options.UnknownOptions() method that returns any settings
(from the command line, or whatever dictionary was passed in)
that aren't known to the Options object.
- Add a Glob() function.
- When removing targets with the -c option, use the absolute path (to
avoid problems interpreting BuildDir() when the top-level directory
is the source directory).
- Fix problems with Install() and InstallAs() when called through a
clone (of a clone, ...) of a cloned construction environment.
- When executing a file containing Options() settings, add the file's
directory to sys.path (so modules can be imported from there) and
explicity set __name__ to the name of the file so the statement's
in the file can deduce the location if they need to.
- Fix an O(n^2) performance problem when adding sources to a target
through calls to a multi Builder (including Aliases).
- Redefine the $WINDOWSPROGMANIFESTSUFFIX and
$WINDOWSSHLIBMANIFESTSUFFIX variables so they pick up changes to
the underlying $SHLIBSUFFIX and $PROGSUFFIX variables.
- Add a GetBuildFailures() function that can be called from functions
registered with the Python atexit module to print summary information
about any failures encountered while building.
- Return a NodeList object, not a Python list, when a single_source
Builder like Object() is called with more than one file.
- When searching for implicit dependency files in the directories
in a $*PATH list, don't create Dir Nodes for directories that
don't actually exist on-disk.
- Add a Requires() function to allow the specification of order-only
prerequisites, which will be updated before specified "downstream"
targets but which don't actually cause the target to be rebuilt.
- Restore the FS.{Dir,File,Entry}.rel_path() method.
- Make the default behavior of {Source,Target}Signatures('timestamp')
be equivalent to 'timestamp-match', not 'timestamp-newer'.
- Fix use of CacheDir with Decider('timestamp-newer') by updating
the modification time when copying files from the cache.
- Fix random issues with parallel (-j) builds on Windows when Python
holds open file handles (especially for SCons temporary files,
or targets built by Python function actions) across process creation.
From Maxim Kartashev:
- Fix test scripts when run on Solaris.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Fix Glob() when a pattern is in an explicitly-named subdirectory.
From Philipp Scholl:
- Fix setting up targets if multiple Package builders are specified
at once.
RELEASE 0.97.0d20070918 - Tue, 18 Sep 2007 10:51:27 -0500
From Steven Knight:
- Fix the wix Tool module to handle null entries in $PATH variables.
- Move the documentation of Install() and InstallAs() from the list
of functions to the list of Builders (now that they're implemented
as such).
- Allow env.CacheDir() to be set per construction environment. The
global CacheDir() function now sets an overridable global default.
- Add an env.Decider() method and a Node.Decider() method that allow
flexible specification of an arbitrary function to decide if a given
dependency has changed since the last time a target was built.
- Don't execute Configure actions (while reading SConscript files)
when cleaning (-c) or getting help (-h or -H).
- Add to each target an implicit dependency on the external command(s)
used to build the target, as found by searching env['ENV']['PATH']
for the first argument on each executed command line.
- Add support for a $IMPLICIT_COMMAND_DEPENDENCIES construction
variabe that can be used to disable the automatic implicit
dependency on executed commands.
- Add an "ensure_suffix" keyword to Builder() definitions that, when
true, will add the configured suffix to the targets even if it looks
like they already have a different suffix.
- Add a Progress() function that allows for calling a function or string
(or list of strings) to display progress while walking the DAG.
- Allow ParseConfig(), MergeFlags() and ParseFlags() to handle output
from a *config command with quoted path names that contain spaces.
- Make the Return() function stop processing the SConscript file and
return immediately. Add a "stop=" keyword argument that can be set
to False to preserve the old behavior.
- Fix use of exitstatfunc on an Action.
- Introduce all man page function examples with "Example:" or "Examples:".
- When a file gets added to a directory, make sure the directory gets
re-scanned for the new implicit dependency.
- Fix handling a file that's specified multiple times in a target
list so that it doesn't cause dependent Nodes to "disappear" from
the dependency graph walk.
From Carsten Koch:
- Avoid race conditions with same-named files and directory creation
when pushing copies of files to CacheDir().
From Tzvetan Mikov:
- Handle $ in Java class names.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Add support for the Intel C compiler on Windows64.
- On SGI IRIX, have $SHCXX use $CXX by default (like other platforms).
From Sohail Somani:
- When Cloning a construction environment, set any variables before
applying tools (so the tool module can access the configured settings)
and re-set them after (so they end up matching what the user set).
From Matthias Troffaes:
- Make sure extra auxiliary files generated by some LaTeX packages
and not ending in .aux also get deleted by scons -c.
From Greg Ward:
- Add a $JAVABOOTCLASSPATH variable for directories to be passed to the
javac -bootclasspath option.
From Christoph Wiedemann:
- Add implicit dependencies on the commands used to build a target.
RELEASE 0.97.0d20070809 - Fri, 10 Aug 2007 10:51:27 -0500
From Lars Albertsson:
- Don't error if a #include line happens to match a directory
somewhere on a path (like $CPPPATH, $FORTRANPATH, etc.).
From Mark Bertoglio:
- Fix listing multiple projects in Visual Studio 7.[01] solution files,
including generating individual project GUIDs instead of re-using
the solution GUID.
From Jean Brouwers:
- Add /opt/SUNWspro/bin to the default execution PATH on Solaris.
From Allan Erskine:
- Only expect the Microsoft IDL compiler to emit *_p.c and *_data.c
files if the /proxy and /dlldata switches are used (respectively).
From Steven Knight:
- Have --debug=explain report if a target is being rebuilt because
AlwaysBuild() is specified (instead of "unknown reasons").
- Support {Get,Set}Option('help') to make it easier for SConscript
files to tell if a help option (-h, --help, etc.) has been specified.
- Support {Get,Set}Option('random') so random-dependency interaction
with CacheDir() is controllable from SConscript files.
- Add a new AddOption() function to support user-defined command-
line flags (like --prefix=, --force, etc.).
- Push and retrieve built symlinks to/from a CacheDir() as actual
symlinks, not by copying the file contents.
- Fix how the Action module handles stringifying the shared library
generator in the Tool/mingw.py module.
- When generating a config.h file, print "#define HAVE_{FEATURE} 1"
instad of just "#define HAVE_{FEATURE}", for more compatibility
with Autoconf-style projects.
- Fix expansion of $TARGET, $TARGETS, $SOURCE and $SOURCES keywords in
Visual C/C++ PDB file names.
- Fix locating Visual C/C++ PDB files in build directories.
- Support an env.AddMethod() method and an AddMethod() global function
for adding a new method, respectively, to a construction environment
or an arbitrary object (such as a class).
- Fix the --debug=time option when the -j option is specified and all
files are up to date.
- Add a $SWIGOUTDIR variable to allow setting the swig -outdir option,
and use it to identify files created by the swig -java option.
- Add a $SWIGPATH variable that specifies the path to be searched
for included SWIG files, Also add related $SWIGINCPREFIX and
$SWIGINCSUFFIX variables that specify the prefix and suffix to
be be added to each $SWIGPATH directory when expanded on the SWIG
command line.
- More efficient copying of construction environments (mostly borrowed
from copy.deepcopy() in the standard Python library).
- When printing --tree=prune output, don't print [brackets] around
source files, only do so for built targets with children.
- Fix interpretation of Builder source arguments when the Builder has
a src_suffix *and* a source_builder and the argument has no suffix.
- Fix use of expansions like ${TARGET.dir} or ${SOURCE.dir} in the
following construction variables: $FORTRANMODDIR, $JARCHDIR,
$JARFLAGS, $LEXFLAGS, $SWIGFLAGS, $SWIGOUTDIR and $YACCFLAGS.
- Fix dependencies on Java files generated by SWIG so they can be
detected and built in one pass.
- Fix SWIG when used with a BuildDir().
From Leanid Nazdrynau:
- When applying Tool modules after a construction environment has
already been created, don't overwrite existing $CFILESUFFIX and
$CXXFILESUFFIX value.
- Support passing the Java() builder a list of explicit .java files
(not only a list of directories to be scanned for .java files).
- Support passing .java files to the Jar() and JavaH() builders, which
then use the builder underlying the Java() builder to turn them into
.class files. (That is, the Jar()-Java() chain of builders become
multi-step, like the Program()-Object()-CFile() builders.)
- Support passing SWIG .i files to the Java builders (Java(),
Jar(), JavaH()), to cause intermediate .java files to be created
automatically.
- Add $JAVACLASSPATH and $JAVASOURCEPATH variables, that get added to
the javac "-classpath" and "-sourcepath" options. (Note that SCons
does *not* currently search these paths for implicit dependencies.)
- Commonize initialization of Java-related builders.
From Jan Nijtmans:
- Find Java anonymous classes when the next token after the name is
an open parenthesis.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Fix a code example in the man page.
From Tilo Prutz:
- Add support for the file names that Java 1.5 (and 1.6) generates for
nested anonymous inner classes, which are different from Java 1.4.
From Adam Simpkins:
- Allow worker threads to terminate gracefully when all jobs are
finished.
From Sohail Somani:
- Add LaTeX scanner support for finding dependencies specified with
the \usepackage{} directive.
RELEASE 0.97 - Thu, 17 May 2007 08:59:41 -0500
From Steven Knight:
- Fix a bug that would make parallel builds stop in their tracks if
Nodes that depended on lists that contained some Nodes built together
caused the reference count to drop below 0 if the Nodes were visited
and commands finished in the wrong order.
- Make sure the DirEntryScanner doesn't choke if it's handed something
that's not a directory (Node.FS.Dir) Node.
RELEASE 0.96.96 - Thu, 12 Apr 2007 12:36:25 -0500
NOTE: This is (Yet) a(nother) pre-release of 0.97 for testing purposes.
From Joe Bloggs:
- Man page fix: remove cut-and-paste sentence in NoCache() description.
From Dmitry Grigorenko and Gary Oberbrunner:
- Use the Intel C++ compiler, not $CC, to link C++ source.
From Helmut Grohne:
- Fix the man page example of propagating a user's external environment.
From Steven Knight:
- Back out (most of) the Windows registry installer patch, which
seems to not work on some versions of Windows.
- Don't treat Java ".class" attributes as defining an inner class.
- Fix detecting an erroneous Java anonymous class when the first
non-skipped token after a "new" keyword is a closing brace.
- Fix a regression when a CPPDEFINES list contains a tuple, the second
item of which (the option value) is a construction variable expansion
(e.g. $VALUE) and the value of the variable isn't a string.
- Improve the error message if an IOError (like trying to read a
directory as a file) occurs while deciding if a node is up-to-date.
- Fix "maximum recursion" / "unhashable type" errors in $CPPPATH
PathList expansion if a subsidiary expansion yields a stringable,
non-Node object.
- Generate API documentation from the docstrings (using epydoc).
- Fix use of --debug=presub with Actions for out-of-the-box Builders.
- Fix handling nested lists within $CPPPATH, $LIBPATH, etc.
- Fix a "builders_used" AttributeError that real-world Qt initialization
triggered in the refactored suffix handling for Builders.
- Make the reported --debug=time timings meaningful when used with -j.
Better documentation of what the times mean.
- User Guide updates: --random, AlwaysBuild(), --tree=,
--debug=findlibs, --debug=presub, --debug=stacktrace,
--taskmastertrace.
- Document (in both man page and User's Guide) that --implicit-cache
ignores changes in $CPPPATH, $LIBPATH, etc.
From Jean-Baptiste Lab:
- Remove hard-coded dependency on Python 2.2 from Debian packaging files.
From Jeff Mahovsky:
- Handle spaces in the build target name in Visual Studio project files.
From Rob Managan:
- Re-run LaTeX after BibTeX has been re-run in response to a changed
.bib file.
From Joel B. Mohler:
- Make additional TeX auxiliary files (.toc, .idx and .bbl files)
Precious so their removal doesn't affect whether the necessary
sections are included in output PDF or PostScript files.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Fix the ability to import modules in the site_scons directory from
a subdirectory.
From Adam Simpkins:
- Make sure parallel (-j) builds all targets even if they show up
multiple times in the child list (as a source and a dependency).
From Matthias Troffaes:
- Don't re-run TeX if the triggering strings (\makeindex, \bibliography
\tableofcontents) are commented out.
From Richard Viney:
- Fix use of custom include and lib paths with Visual Studio 8.
- Select the default .NET Framework SDK Dir based on the version of
Visual Studio being used.
RELEASE 0.96.95 - Mon, 12 Feb 2007 20:25:16 -0600
From Anatoly:
- Add the scons.org URL and a package description to the setup.py
arguments.
- Have the Windows installer add a registry entry for scons.bat in the
"App Paths" key, so scons.bat can be executed without adding the
directory to the %PATH%. (Python itself works this way.)
From Anonymous:
- Fix looking for default paths in Visual Studio 8.0 (and later).
- Add -lm to the list of default D libraries for linking.
From Matt Doar:
- Provide a more complete write-your-own-Scanner example in the man page.
From Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve:
- Contributed upstream Python change to our copied subprocess.py module
for more efficient standard input processing.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix the Node.FS.Base.rel_path() method when the two nodes are on
different drive letters. (This caused an infinite loop when
trying to write .sconsign files.)
- Fully support Scanners that use a dictionary to map file suffixes
to other scanners.
- Support delayed evaluation of the $SPAWN variable to allow selection
of a function via ${} string expansions.
- Add --srcdir as a synonym for -Y/--repository.
- Document limitations of #include "file.h" with Repository().
- Fix use of a toolpath under the source directory of a BuildDir().
- Fix env.Install() with a file name portion that begins with '#'.
- Fix ParseConfig()'s handling of multiple options in a string that's
replaced a *FLAGS construction variable.
- Have the C++ tools initialize common C compilation variables ($CCFLAGS,
$SHCCFLAGS and $_CCCOMCOM) even if the 'cc' Tool isn't loaded.
From Leanid Nazdrynau:
- Fix detection of Java anonymous classes if a newline precedes the
opening brace.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Document use of ${} to execute arbitrary Python code.
- Add support for:
1) automatically adding a site_scons subdirectory (in the top-level
SConstruct directory) to sys.path (PYTHONPATH);
2) automatically importing site_scons/site_init.py;
3) automatically adding site_scons/site_tools to the toolpath.
From John Pye:
- Change ParseConfig() to preserve white space in arguments passed in
as a list.
From a smith:
- Fix adding explicitly-named Java inner class files (and any
other file names that may contain a '$') to Jar files.
From David Vitek:
- Add a NoCache() function to mark targets as unsuitable for propagating
to (or retrieving from) a CacheDir().
From Ben Webb:
- If the swig -noproxy option is used, it won't generate a .py file,
so don't emit it as a target that we expect to be built.
RELEASE 0.96.94 - Sun, 07 Jan 2007 18:36:20 -0600
NOTE: This is a pre-release of 0.97 for testing purposes.
From Anonymous:
- Allow arbitrary white space after a SWIG %module declaration.
From Paul:
- When compiling resources under MinGW, make sure there's a space
between the --include-dir option and its argument.
From Jay Kint:
- Alleviate long command line issues on Windows by executing command
lines directly via os.spawnv() if the command line doesn't need
shell interpretation (has no pipes, redirection, etc.).
From Walter Franzini:
- Exclude additional Debian packaging files from the copyright check.
From Fawad Halim:
- Handle the conflict between the impending Python 2.6 'as' keyword
and our Tool/as.py module name.
From Steven Knight:
- Speed up the Node.FS.Dir.rel_path() method used to generate path names
that get put into the .sconsign* file(s).
- Optimize Node.FS.Base.get_suffix() by computing the suffix once, up
front, when we set the Node's name. (Duh...)
- Reduce the Memoizer's responsibilities to simply counting hits and
misses when the --debug=memoizer option is used, not to actually
handling the key calculation and memoization itself. This speeds
up some configurations significantly, and should cause no functional
differences.
- Add a new scons-time script with subcommands for generating
consistent timing output from SCons configurations, extracting
various information from those timings, and displaying them in
different formats.
- Reduce some unnecessary stat() calls from on-disk entry type checks.
- Fix SideEffect() when used with -j, which was badly broken in 0.96.93.
- Propagate TypeError exceptions when evaluating construction variable
expansions up the stack, so users can see what's going on.
- When disambiguating a Node.FS.Entry into a Dir or File, don't look
in the on-disk source directory until we've confirmed there's no
on-disk entry locally and there *is* one in the srcdir. This avoids
creating a phantom Node that can interfere with dependencies on
directory contents.
- Add an AllowSubstExceptions() function that gives the SConscript
files control over what exceptions cause a string to expand to ''
vs. terminating processing with an error.
- Allow the f90.py and f95.py Tool modules to compile earlier source
source files of earlier Fortran version.
- Fix storing signatures of files retrieved from CacheDir() so they're
correctly identified as up-to-date next invocation.
- Make sure lists of computed source suffixes cached by Builder objects
don't persist across changes to the list of source Builders (so the
addition of suffixes like .ui by the qt.py Tool module take effect).
- Enhance the bootstrap.py script to allow it to be used to execute
SCons more easily from a checked-out source tree.
From Ben Leslie:
- Fix post-Memoizer value caching misspellings in Node.FS._doLookup().
From Rob Managan, Dmitry Mikhin and Joel B. Mohler:
- Handle TeX/LaTeX files in subdirectories by changing directory
before invoking TeX/LaTeX.
- Scan LaTeX files for \bibliography lines.
- Support multiple file names in a "\bibliography{file1,file2}" string.
- Handle TeX warnings about undefined citations.
- Support re-running LaTeX if necessary due to a Table of Contents.
From Dmitry Mikhin:
- Return LaTeX if "Rerun to get citations correct" shows up on the next
line after the "Warning:" string.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Add #include lines to fix portability issues in two tests.
- Eliminate some unnecessary os.path.normpath() calls.
- Add a $CFLAGS variable for C-specific options, leaving $CCFLAGS
for options common to C and C++.
From Tom Parker:
- Have the error message print the missing file that Qt can't find.
From John Pye:
- Fix env.MergeFlags() appending to construction variable value of None.
From Steve Robbins:
- Fix the "sconsign" script when the .sconsign.dblite file is explicitly
specified on the command line (and not intuited from the old way of
calling it with just ".sconsign").
From Jose Pablo Ezequiel "Pupeno" Fernandez Silva:
- Give the 'lex' tool knowledge of the additional target files produced
by the flex "--header-file=" and "--tables-file=" options.
- Give the 'yacc' tool knowledge of the additional target files produced
by the bison "-g", "--defines=" and "--graph=" options.
- Generate intermediate files with Objective C file suffixes (.m) when
the lex and yacc source files have appropriate suffixes (.lm and .ym).
From Sohail Somain:
- Have the mslink.py Tool only look for a 'link' executable on Windows
systems.
From Vaclav Smilauer:
- Add support for a "srcdir" keyword argument when calling a Builder,
which will add a srcdir prefix to all non-relative string sources.
From Jonathan Ultis:
- Allow Options converters to take the construction environment as
an optional argument.
RELEASE 0.96.93 - Mon, 06 Nov 2006 00:44:11 -0600
NOTE: This is a pre-release of 0.97 for testing purposes.
From Anonymous:
- Allow Python Value Nodes to be Builder targets.
From Matthias:
- Only filter Visual Studio common filename prefixes on complete
directory names.
From Chad Austin:
- Fix the build of the SCons documentation on systems that don't
have "python" in the $PATH.
From Ken Boortz:
- Enhance ParseConfig() to recognize options that begin with '+'.
From John Calcote, Elliot Murphy:
- Document ways to override the CCPDBFLAGS variable to use the
Microsoft linker's /Zi option instead of the default /Z7.
From Christopher Drexler:
- Make SCons aware bibtex must be called if any \include files
cause creation of a bibliography.
- Make SCons aware that "\bilbiography" in TeX source files means
that related .bbl and .blg bibliography files will be created.
(NOTE: This still needs to search for the string in \include files.)
From David Gruener:
- Fix inconsistent handling of Action strfunction arguments.
- Preserve white space in display Action strfunction strings.
From James Y. Knight and Gerard Patel:
- Support creation of shared object files from assembly language.
From Steven Knight:
- Speed up the Taskmaster significantly by avoiding unnecessary
re-scans of Nodes to find out if there's work to be done, having it
track the currently-executed top-level target directly and not
through its presence on the target list, and eliminating some other
minor list(s), method(s) and manipulation.
- Fix the expansion of $TARGET and $SOURCE in the expansion of
$INSTALLSTR displayed for non-environment calls to InstallAs().
- Fix the ability to have an Alias() call refer to a directory
name that's not identified as a directory until later.
- Enhance runtest.py with an option to use QMTest as the harness.
This will become the default behavior as we add more functionality
to the QMTest side.
- Let linking on mingw use the default function that chooses $CC (gcc)
or $CXX (g++) depending on whether there are any C++ source files.
- Work around a bug in early versions of the Python 2.4 profile module
that caused the --profile= option to fail.
- Only call Options validators and converters once when initializing a
construction environment.
- Fix the ability of env.Append() and env.Prepend(), in all known Python
versions, to handle different input value types when the construction
variable being updated is a dictionary.
- Add a --cache-debug option for information about what files it's
looking for in a CacheDir().
- Document the difference in construction variable expansion between
{Action,Builder}() and env.{Action,Builder}().
- Change the name of env.Copy() to env.Clone(), keeping the old name
around for backwards compatibility (with the intention of eventually
phasing it out to avoid confusion with the Copy() Action factory).
From Arve Knudsen:
- Support cleaning and scanning SWIG-generated files.
From Carsten Koch:
- Allow selection of Visual Studio version by setting $MSVS_VERSION
after construction environment initialization.
From Jean-Baptiste Lab:
- Try using zipimport if we can't import Tool or Platform modules
using the normal "imp" module. This allows SCons to be packaged
using py2exe's all-in-one-zip-file approach.
From Ben Liblit:
- Do not re-scan files if the scanner returns no implicit dependencies.
From Sanjoy Mahajan:
- Change use of $SOURCES to $SOURCE in all TeX-related Tool modules.
From Joel B. Mohler:
- Make SCons aware that "\makeindex" in TeX source files means that
related .ilg, .ind and .idx index files will be created.
(NOTE: This still needs to search for the string in \include files.)
- Prevent scanning the TeX .aux file for additional files from
trying to remove it twice when the -c option is used.
From Leanid Nazdrynau:
- Give the MSVC RES (resource) Builder a src_builder list and a .rc
src_suffix so other builders can generate .rc files.
From Matthew A. Nicholson:
- Enhance Install() and InstallAs() to handle directory trees as sources.
From Jan Nijtmans:
- Don't use the -fPIC flag when using gcc on Windows (e.g. MinGW).
From Greg Noel:
- Add an env.ParseFlags() method that provides separate logic for
parsing GNU tool chain flags into a dictionary.
- Add an env.MergeFlags() method to apply an arbitrary dictionary
of flags to a construction environment's variables.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Fix parsing tripartite Intel C compiler version numbers on Linux.
- Extend the ParseConfig() function to recognize -arch and
-isysroot options.
- Have the error message list the known suffixes when a Builder call
can't build a source file with an unknown suffix.
From Karol Pietrzak:
- Avoid recursive calls to main() in the program snippet used by the
SConf subsystem to test linking against libraries. This changes the
default behavior of CheckLib() and CheckLibWithHeader() to print
"Checking for C library foo..." instead of "Checking for main()
in C library foo...".
From John Pye:
- Throw an exception if a command called by ParseConfig() or
ParseFlags() returns an error.
From Stefan Seefeld:
- Initial infrastructure for running SCons tests under QMTest.
From Sohail Somani:
- Fix tests that fail due to gcc warnings.
From Dobes Vandermeer:
- In stack traces, print the full paths of SConscript files.
From Atul Varma:
- Fix detection of Visual C++ Express Edition.
From Dobes Vandermeer:
- Let the src_dir option to the SConscript() function affect all the
the source file paths, instead of treating all source files paths
as relative to the SConscript directory itself.
From Nicolas Vigier:
- Fix finding Fortran modules in build directories.
- Fix use of BuildDir() when the source file in the source directory
is a symlink with a relative path.
From Edward Wang:
- Fix the Memoizer when the SCons Python modules are executed from
.pyo files at different locations from where they were compiled.
From Johan Zander:
- Fix missing os.path.join() when constructing the $FRAMEWORKSDKDIR/bin.
RELEASE 0.96.92 - Mon, 10 Apr 2006 21:08:22 -0400
NOTE: This was a pre-release of 0.97 for testing purposes.
From Anonymous:
- Fix the intelc.py Tool module to not throw an exception if the
only installed version is something other than ia32.
- Set $CCVERSION when using gcc.
From Matthias:
- Support generating project and solution files for Microsoft
Visual Studio version 8.
- Support generating more than one project file for a Microsoft
Visual Studio solution file.
- Add support for a support "runfile" parameter to Microsoft
Visual Studio project file creation.
- Put the project GUID, not the solution GUID, in the right spot
in the solution file.
From Erling Andersen:
- Fix interpretation of Node.FS objects wrapped in Proxy instances,
allowing expansion of things like ${File(TARGET)} in command lines.
From Stanislav Baranov:
- Add a separate MSVSSolution() Builder, with support for the
following new construction variables: $MSVSBUILDCOM, $MSVSCLEANCOM,
$MSVSENCODING, $MSVSREBUILDCOM, $MSVSSCONS, $MSVSSCONSCOM,
$MSVSSCONSFLAGS, $MSVSSCONSCRIPT and $MSVSSOLUTIONCOM.
From Ralph W. Grosse-Kunstleve and Patrick Mezard:
- Remove unneceesary (and incorrect) SCons.Util strings on some function
calls in SCons.Util.
From Bob Halley:
- Fix C/C++ compiler selection on AIX to not always use the external $CC
environment variable.
From August Hörandl:
- Add a scanner for \include and \import files, with support for
searching a directory list in $TEXINPUTS (imported from the external
environment).
- Support $MAKEINDEX, $MAKEINDEXCOM, $MAKEINDEXCOMSTR and
$MAKEINDEXFLAGS for generating indices from .idx files.
From Steven Johnson:
- Add a NoClean() Environment method and function to override removal
of targets during a -c clean, including documentation and tests.
From Steven Knight:
- Check for whether files exist on disk by listing the directory
contents, not calling os.path.exists() file by file. This is
somewhat more efficient in general, and may be significantly
more efficient on Windows.
- Minor speedups in the internal is_Dict(), is_List() and is_String()
functions.
- Fix a signature refactoring bug that caused Qt header files to
get re-generated every time.
- Don't fail when writing signatures if the .sconsign.dblite file is
owned by a different user (e.g. root) from a previous run.
- When deleting variables from stacked OverrideEnvironments, don't
throw a KeyError if we were able to delte the variable from any
Environment in the stack.
- Get rid of the last indentation tabs in the SCons source files and
add -tt to the Python invocations in the packaging build and the
tests so they don't creep back in.
- In Visual Studio project files, put quotes around the -C directory
so everything works even if the path has spaces in it.
- The Intel Fortran compiler uses -object:$TARGET, not "-o $TARGET",
when building object files on Windows. Have the the ifort Tool
modify the default command lines appropriately.
- Document the --debug=explain option in the man page. (How did we
miss this?)
- Add a $LATEXRETRIES variable to allow configuration of the number of
times LaTex can be re-called to try to resolve undefined references.
- Change the order of the arguments to Configure.Checklib() to match
the documentation.
- Handle signature calculation properly when the Python function used
for a FunctionAction is an object method.
- On Windows, assume that absolute path names without a drive letter
refer to the drive on which the SConstruct file lives.
- Add /usr/ccs/bin to the end of the the default external execution
PATH on Solaris.
- Add $PKGCHK and $PKGINFO variables for use on Solaris when searching
for the SunPRO C++ compiler. Make the default value for $PKGCHK
be /usr/sbin/pgkchk (since /usr/sbin isn't usually on the external
execution $PATH).
- Fix a man page example of overriding variables when calling
SharedLibrary() to also set the $LIBSUFFIXES variable.
- Add a --taskmastertrace=FILE option to give some insight on how
the taskmaster decides what Node to build next.
- Changed the names of the old $WIN32DEFPREFIX, $WIN32DEFSUFFIX,
$WIN32DLLPREFIX and $WIN32IMPLIBPREFIX construction variables to
new $WINDOWSDEFPREFIX, $WINDOWSDEFSUFFIX, $WINDOWSDLLPREFIX and
$WINDOWSIMPLIBPREFIX construction variables. The old names are now
deprecated, but preserved for backwards compatibility.
- Fix (?) a runtest.py hang on Windows when the --xml option is used.
- Change the message when an error occurs trying to interact with the
file system to report the target(s) in square brackets (as before) and
the actual file or directory that encountered the error afterwards.
From Chen Lee:
- Add x64 support for Microsoft Visual Studio 8.
From Baptiste Lepilleur:
- Support the --debug=memory option on Windows when the Python version
has the win32process and win32api modules.
- Add support for Visual Studio 2005 Pro.
- Fix portability issues in various tests: test/Case.py,
Test/Java/{JAR,JARCHDIR,JARFLAGS,JAVAC,JAVACFLAGS,JAVAH,RMIC}.py,
test/MSVS/vs-{6.0,7.0,7.1,8.0}-exec.py,
test/Repository/{Java,JavaH,RMIC}.py,
test/QT/{generated-ui,installed,up-to-date,warnings}.py,
test/ZIP/ZIP.py.
- Ignore pkgchk errors on Solaris when searching for the C++ compiler.
- Speed up the SCons/EnvironmentTests.py unit tests.
- Add a --verbose= option to runtest.py to print executed commands
and their output at various levels.
From Christian Maaser:
- Add support for Visual Studio Express Editions.
- Add support for Visual Studio 8 *.manifest files, includng
new $WINDOWS_INSERT_MANIFEST, $WINDOWSPROGMANIFESTSUFFIX,
$WINDOWSPROGMANIFESTPREFIX, $WINDOWSPROGMANIFESTSUFFIX,
$WINDOWSSHLIBMANIFESTPREFIX and $WINDOWSSHLIBMANIFESTSUFFIX
construction variables.
From Adam MacBeth:
- Fix detection of additional Java inner classes following use of a
"new" keyword inside an inner class.
From Sanjoy Mahajan:
- Correct TeX-related command lines to just $SOURCE, not $SOURCES
From Patrick Mezard:
- Execute build commands for a command-line target if any of the
files built along with the target is out of date or non-existent,
not just if the command-line target itself is out of date.
- Fix the -n option when used with -c to print all of the targets
that will be removed for a multi-target Builder call.
- If there's no file in the source directory, make sure there isn't
one in the build directory, too, to avoid dangling files left
over from previous runs when a source file is removed.
- Allow AppendUnique() and PrependUnique() to append strings (and
other atomic objects) to lists.
From Joel B. Mohler:
- Extend latex.py, pdflatex.py, pdftex.py and tex.py so that building
from both TeX and LaTeX files uses the same logic to call $BIBTEX
when it's necessary, to call $MAKEINDEX when it's necessary, and to
call $TEX or $LATEX multiple times to handle undefined references.
- Add an emitter to the various TeX builders so that the generated
.aux and .log files also get deleted by the -c option.
From Leanid Nazdrynau:
- Fix the Qt UIC scanner to work with generated .ui files (by using
the FindFile() function instead of checking by-hand for the file).
From Jan Nieuwenhuizen:
- Fix a problem with interpreting quoted argument lists on command lines.
From Greg Noel:
- Add /sw/bin to the default execution PATH on Mac OS X.
From Kian Win Ong:
- When building a .jar file and there is a $JARCHDIR, put the -C
in front of each .class file on the command line.
- Recognize the Java 1.5 enum keyword.
From Asfand Yar Qazi:
- Add /opt/bin to the default execution PATH on all POSIX platforms
(between /usr/local/bin and /bin).
From Jon Rafkind:
- Fix the use of Configure() contexts from nested subsidiary
SConscript files.
From Christoph Schulz:
- Add support for $CONFIGUREDIR and $CONFIGURELOG variables to control
the directory and logs for configuration tests.
- Add support for a $INSTALLSTR variable.
- Add support for $RANLIBCOM and $RANLIBCOMSTR variables (which fixes
a bug when setting $ARCOMSTR).
From Amir Szekely:
- Add use of $CPPDEFINES to $RCCOM (resource file compilation) on MinGW.
From Erick Tryzelaar:
- Fix the error message when trying to report that a given option is
not gettable/settable from an SConscript file.
From Dobes Vandermeer:
- Add support for SCC and other settings in Microsoft Visual
Studio project and solution files: $MSVS_PROJECT_BASE_PATH,
$MSVS_PROJECT_GUID, $MSVS_SCC_AUX_PATH, $MSVS_SCC_LOCAL_PATH,
$MSVS_SCC_PROJECT_NAME, $MSVS_SCC_PROVIDER,
- Add support for using a $SCONS_HOME variable (imported from the
external environment, or settable internally) to put a shortened
SCons execution line in the Visual Studio project file.
From David J. Van Maren:
- Only filter common prefixes from source files names in Visual Studio
project files if the prefix is a complete (sub)directory name.
From Thad Ward:
- If $MSVSVERSIONS is already set, don't overwrite it with
information from the registry.
RELEASE 0.96.91 - Thu, 08 Sep 2005 07:18:23 -0400
NOTE: This was a pre-release of 0.97 for testing purposes.
From Chad Austin:
- Have the environment store the toolpath and re-use it to find Tools
modules during later Copy() or Tool() calls (unless overridden).
- Normalize the directory path names in SConsignFile() database
files so the same signature file can interoperate on Windows and
non-Windows systems.
- Make --debug=stacktrace print a stacktrace when a UserError is thrown.
- Remove an old, erroneous cut-and-paste comment in Scanner/Dir.py.
From Stanislav Baranov:
- Make it possible to support with custom Alias (sub-)classes.
- Allow Builders to take empty source lists when called.
- Allow access to both TARGET and SOURCE in $*PATH expansions.
- Allow SConscript files to modify BUILD_TARGETS.
From Timothee Besset:
- Add support for Objective C/C++ .m and .mm file suffixes (for
Mac OS X).
From Charles Crain
- Fix the PharLap linkloc.py module to use target+source arguments
when calling env.subst().
From Bjorn Eriksson:
- Fix an incorrect Command() keyword argument in the man page.
- Add a $TEMPFILEPREFIX variable to control the prefix or flag used
to pass a long-command-line-execution tempfile to a command.
From Steven Knight:
- Enhanced the SCons setup.py script to install man pages on
UNIX/Linux systems.
- Add support for an Options.FormatOptionHelpText() method that can
be overridden to customize the format of Options help text.
- Add a global name for the Entry class (which had already been
documented).
- Fix re-scanning of generated source files for implicit dependencies
when the -j option is used.
- Fix a dependency problem that caused $LIBS scans to not be added
to all of the targets in a multiple-target builder call, which
could cause out-of-order builds when the -j option is used.
- Store the paths of source files and dependencies in the .sconsign*
file(s) relative to the target's directory, not relative to the
top-level SConstruct directory. This starts to make it possible to
subdivide the dependency tree arbitrarily by putting an SConstruct
file in every directory and using content signatures.
- Add support for $YACCHFILESUFFIX and $YACCHXXFILESUFFIX variables
that accomodate parser generators that write header files to a
different suffix than the hard-coded .hpp when the -d option is used.
- The default behavior is now to store signature information in a
single .sconsign.dblite file in the top-level SConstruct directory.
The old behavior of a separate .sconsign file in each directory can
be specified by calling SConsignFile(None).
- Remove line number byte codes within the signature calculation
of Python function actions, so that changing the location of an
otherwise unmodified Python function doesn't cause rebuilds.
- Fix AddPreAction() and AddPostAction() when an action has more than
one target file: attach the actions to the Executor, not the Node.
- Allow the source directory of a BuildDir / build_dir to be outside
of the top-level SConstruct directory tree.
- Add a --debug=nomemoizer option that disables the Memoizer for clearer
looks at the counts and profiles of the underlying function calls,
not the Memoizer wrappers.
- Print various --debug= stats even if we exit early (e.g. using -h).
- Really only use the cached content signature value if the file
is older than --max-drift, not just if --max-drift is set.
- Remove support for conversion from old (pre 0.96) .sconsign formats.
- Add support for a --diskcheck option to enable or disable various
on-disk checks: that File and Dir nodes match on-disk entries;
whether an RCS file exists for a missing source file; whether an
SCCS file exists for a missing source file.
- Add a --raw argument to the sconsign script, so it can print a
raw representation of each entry's NodeInfo dictionary.
- Add the 'f90' and 'f95' tools to the list of Fortran compilers
searched for by default.
- Add the +Z option by default when compiling shared objects on
HP-UX.
From Chen Lee:
- Handle Visual Studio project and solution files in Unicode.
From Sanjoy Mahajan:
- Fix a bad use of Copy() in an example in the man page, and a
bad regular expression example in the man page and User's Guide.
From Shannon Mann:
- Have the Visual Studio project file(s) echo "Starting SCons" before
executing SCons, mainly to work around a quote-stripping bug in
(some versions of?) the Windows cmd command executor.
From Georg Mischler:
- Remove the space after the -o option when invoking the Borland
BCC compiler; some versions apparently require that the file name
argument be concatenated with the option.
From Leanid Nazdrynau:
- Fix the Java parser's handling of backslashes in strings.
From Greg Noel:
- Add construction variables to support frameworks on Mac OS X:
$FRAMEWORKS, $FRAMEWORKPREFIX, $FRAMEWORKPATH, $FRAMEWORKPATHPREFIX.
- Re-order link lines so the -o option always comes right after the
command name.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Add support for Intel C++ beta 9.0 (both 32 and 64 bit versions).
- Document the new $FRAMEWORK* variables for Mac OS X.
From Karol Pietrzak:
- Add $RPATH (-R) support to the Sun linker Tool (sunlink).
- Add a description of env.subst() to the man page.
From Chris Prince:
- Look in the right directory, not always the local directory, for a
same-named file or directory conflict on disk.
- On Windows, preserve the external environment's %SYSTEMDRIVE%
variable, too.
From Craig Scott:
- Have the Fortran module emitter look for Fortan modules to be created
relative to $FORTRANMODDIR, not the top-level directory.
- When saving Options to a file, run default values through the
converter before comparing them with the set values. This correctly
suppresses Boolean Option values from getting written to the saved
file when they're one of the many synonyms for a default True or
False value.
- Fix the Fortran Scanner's ability to handle a module being used
in the same file in which it is defined.
From Steve-o:
- Add the -KPIC option by default when compiling shared objects on
Solaris.
- Change the default suffix for Solaris objects to .o, to conform to
Sun WorkShop's expectations. Change the profix to so_ so they can
still be differentiated from static objects in the same directory.
From Amir Szekely:
- When calling the resource compiler on MinGW, add --include-dir and
the source directory so it finds the source file.
- Update EnsureSConsVersion() to support revision numbers.
From Greg Ward:
- Fix a misplaced line in the man page.
RELEASE 0.96.90 - Tue, 15 Feb 2005 21:21:12 +0000
NOTE: This was a pre-release of 0.97 for testing purposes.
From Anonymous:
- Fix Java parsing to avoid erroneously identifying a new array
of class instances as an anonymous inner class.
- Fix a typo in the man page description of PathIsDirCreate.
From Chad Austin:
- Allow Help() to be called multiple times, appending to the help
text each call.
- Allow Tools found on a toolpath to import Python modules from
their local directory.
From Steve Christensen:
- Handle exceptions from Python functions as build actions.
- Add a set of canned PathOption validators: PathExists (the default),
PathIsFile, PathIsDir and PathIsDirCreate.
From Matthew Doar:
- Add support for .lex and .yacc file suffixes for Lex and Yacc files.
From Eric Frias:
- Huge performance improvement: wrap the tuples representing an
include path in an object, so that the time it takes to hash the
path doesn't grow porportionally to the length of the path.
From Gottfried Ganssauge:
- Fix SCons on SuSE/AMD-64 Linux by having the wrapper script also
check for the build engine in the parent directory of the Python
library directory (/usr/lib64 instead of /usr/lib).
From Stephen Kennedy:
- Speed up writing the .sconsign file at the end of a run by only
calling sync() once at the end, not after every entry.
From Steven Knight:
- When compiling with Microsoft Visual Studio, don't include the ATL and
MFC directories in the default INCLUDE and LIB environment variables.
- Remove the following deprecated features: the ParseConfig()
global function (deprecated in 0.93); the misspelled "validater"
keyword to the Options.Add() method (deprecated in 0.91); the
SetBuildSignatureType(), SetContentSignatureType(), SetJobs() and
GetJobs() global functions (deprecated in 0.14).
- Fix problems with corrupting the .sconsign.dblite file when
interrupting builds by writing to a temporary file and renaming,
not writing the file directly.
- Fix a 0.96 regression where when running with -k, targets built from
walking dependencies later on the command line would not realize
that a dependency had failed an earlier build attempt, and would
try to rebuild the dependent targets.
- Change the final messages when using -k and errors occur from
"{building,cleaning} terminated because of errors" to "done
{building,cleaning} targets (errors occurred during {build,clean})."
- Allow Configure.CheckFunc() to take an optional header argument
(already supported by Conftest.py) to specify text at the top of
the compiled test file.
- Fix the --debug=explain output when a Python function action changed
so it prints a meaningful string, not the binary representation of
the function contents.
- Allow a ListOption's default value(s) to be a Python list of specified
values, not just a string containing a comma-separated list of names.
- Add a ParseDepends() function that will parse up a list of explicit
dependencies from a "make depend" style file.
- Support the ability to change directory when executing an Action
through "chdir" keyword arguments to Action and Builder creation
and calls.
- Fix handling of Action ojects (and other callables that don't match
our calling arguments) in construction variable expansions.
- On Win32, install scons.bat in the Python directory when installing
from setup.py. (The bdist_wininst installer was already doing this.)
- Fix env.SConscript() when called with a list of SConscipt files.
(The SConscript() global function already worked properly.)
- Add a missing newline to the end of the --debug=explain "unknown
reasons" message.
- Enhance ParseConfig() to work properly for spaces in between the -I,
-L and -l options and their arguments.
- Packaging build fix: Rebuild the files that are use to report the
--version of SCons whenever the development version number changes.
- Fix the ability to specify a target_factory of Dir() to a Builder,
which the default create-a-directory Builder was interfering with.
- Mark a directory as built if it's created as part of the preparation
for another target, to avoid trying to build it again when it comes
up in the target list.
- Allow a function with the right calling signature to be put directly
in an Environment's BUILDERS dictionary, making for easier creation
and use of wrappers (pseudo-Builders) that call other Builders.
- On Python 2.x, wrap lists of Nodes returned by Builders in a UserList
object that adds a method that makes str() object return a string
with all of the Nodes expanded to their path names. (Builders under
Python 1.5.2 still return lists to avoid TypeErrors when trying
to extend() list, so Python 1.5.2 doesn't get pretty-printing of Node
lists, but everything should still function.)
- Allow Aliases to have actions that will be executed whenever
any of the expanded Alias targets are out of date.
- Fix expansion of env.Command() overrides within target and
source file names.
- Support easier customization of what's displayed by various default
actions by adding lots of new construction variables: $ARCOMSTR,
$ASCOMSTR, $ASPPCOMSTR, $BIBTEXCOMSTR, $BITKEEPERCOMSTR, $CCCOMSTR,
$CVSCOMSTR, $CXXCOMSTR, $DCOMSTR, $DVIPDFCOMSTR, $F77COMSTR,
$F90COMSTR, $F95COMSTR, $FORTRANCOMSTR, $GSCOMSTR, $JARCOMSTR,
$JAVACCOMSTR, $JAVAHCOMSTR, $LATEXCOMSTR, $LEXCOMSTR, $LINKCOMSTR,
$M4COMSTR, $MIDLCOMSTR, $P4COMSTR, $PCHCOMSTR, $PDFLATEXCOMSTR,
$PDFTEXCOMSTR, $PSCOMSTR, $QT_MOCFROMCXXCOMSTR, $QT_MOCFROMHCOMSTR,
$QT_UICCOMSTR, $RCCOMSTR, $REGSVRCOMSTR, $RCS_COCOMSTR, $RMICCOMSTR,
$SCCSCOMSTR, $SHCCCOMSTR, $SHCXXCOMSTR, $SHF77COMSTR, $SHF90COMSTR,
$SHF95COMSTR, $SHFORTRANCOMSTR, $SHLINKCOMSTR, $SWIGCOMSTR,
$TARCOMSTR, $TEXCOMSTR, $YACCCOMSTR and $ZIPCOMSTR.
- Add an optional "map" keyword argument to ListOption() that takes a
dictionary to map user-specified values to legal values from the list
(like EnumOption() already doee).
- Add specific exceptions to try:-except: blocks without any listed,
so that they won't catch and mask keyboard interrupts.
- Make --debug={tree,dtree,stree} print something even when there's
a build failure.
- Fix how Scanners sort the found dependencies so that it doesn't
matter whether the dependency file is in a Repository or not.
This may cause recompilations upon upgrade to this version.
- Make AlwaysBuild() work with Alias and Python value Nodes (making
it much simpler to support aliases like "clean" that just invoke
an arbitrary action).
- Have env.ParseConfig() use AppendUnique() by default to suppress
duplicate entries from multiple calls. Add a "unique" keyword
argument to allow the old behavior to be specified.
- Allow the library modules imported by an SConscript file to get at
all of the normally-available global functions and variables by saying
"from SCons.Script import *".
- Add a --debug=memoizer option to print Memoizer hit/mass statistics.
- Allow more than one --debug= option to be set at a time.
- Change --debug=count to report object counts before and after
reading SConscript files and before and after building targets.
- Change --debug=memory output to line up the numbers and to better
match (more or less) the headers on the --debug=count columns.
- Speed things up when there are lists of targets and/or sources by
getting rid of some N^2 walks of the lists involved.
- Cache evaluation of LazyActions so we don't create a new object
for each invocation.
- When scanning, don't create Nodes for include files that don't
actually exist on disk.
- Make supported global variables CScanner, DScanner, ProgramScanner and
SourceFileScanner. Make SourceFileScanner.add_scanner() a supported
part of the public interface. Keep the old SCons.Defaults.*Scan names
around for a while longer since some people were already using them.
- By default, don't scan directories for on-disk files. Add a
DirScanner global scanner that can be used in Builders or Command()
calls that want source directory trees scanned for on-disk changes.
Have the Tar() and Zip() Builders use the new DirScanner to preserve
the behavior of rebuilding a .tar or .zip file if any file or
directory under a source tree changes. Add Command() support for
a source_scanner keyword argument to Command() that can be set to
DirScanner to get this behavior.
- Documentation changes: Explain that $CXXFLAGS contains $CCFLAGS
by default. Fix a bad target_factory example in the man page.
Add appendices to the User's Guide to cover the available Tools,
Builders and construction variables. Comment out the build of
the old Python 10 paper, which doesn't build on all systems and
is old enough at this point that it probably isn't worth the
effort to make it do so.
From Wayne Lee:
- Avoid "maximum recursion limit" errors when removing $(-$) pairs
from long command lines.
From Clive Levinson:
- Make ParseConfig() recognize and add -mno-cygwin to $LINKFLAGS and
$CCFLAGS, and -mwindows to $LINKFLAGS.
From Michael McCracken:
- Add a new "applelink" tool to handle the things like Frameworks and
bundles that Apple has added to gcc for linking.
- Use more appropriate default search lists of linkers, compilers and
and other tools for the 'darwin' platform.
- Add a LoadableModule Builder that builds a bundle on Mac OS X (Darwin)
and a shared library on other systems.
- Improve SWIG tests for use on Mac OS X (Darwin).
From Elliot Murphy:
- Enhance the tests to guarantee persistence of ListOption
values in saved options files.
- Supply the help text when -h is used with the -u, -U or -D options.
From Christian Neeb:
- Fix the Java parser's handling of string definitions to avoid ignoring
subsequent code.
From Han-Wen Nienhuys:
- Optimize variable expansion by: using the re.sub() method (when
possible); not using "eval" for variables for which we can fetch the
value directory; avoiding slowing substitution logic when there's no
'$' in the string.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Add an Environment.Dump() method to print the contents of a
construction environment.
- Allow $LIBS (and similar variables) to contain explicit File Nodes.
- Change ParseConfig to add the found library names directly to the
$LIBS variable, instead of returning them.
- Add ParseConfig() support for the -framework GNU linker option.
- Add a PRINT_CMD_LINE_FUNC construction variable to allow people
to filter (or log) command-line output.
- Print an internal Python stack trace in response to an otherwise
unexplained error when --debug=stacktrace is specified.
- Add a --debug=findlibs option to print what's happening when
the scanner is searching for libraries.
- Allow Tool specifications to be passed a dictionary of keyword
arguments.
- Support an Options default value of None, in which case the variable
will not be added to the construction environment unless it's set
explicitly by the user or from an Options file.
- Avoid copying __builtin__ values into a construction environment's
dictionary when evaluating construction variables.
- Add a new cross-platform intelc.py Tool that can detect and
configure the Intel C++ v8 compiler on both Windows, where it's
named icl, and Linux, where it's named icc. It also checks that
the directory specified in the Windows registry exists, and sets a
new $INTEL_C_COMPILER_VERSION construction variable to identify the
version being used. (Niall Douglas contributed an early prototype
of parts of this module.)
- Fix the private Conftest._Have() function so it doesn't change
non-alphanumeric characters to underscores.
- Supply a better error message when a construction variable expansion
has an unknown attribute.
- Documentation changes: Update the man page to describe use of
filenames or Nodes in $LIBS.
From Chris Pawling:
- Have the linkloc tool use $MSVS_VERSION to select the Microsoft
Visual Studio version to use.
From Kevin Quick:
- Fix the Builder name returned from ListBuilders and other instances
of subclasses of the BuilderBase class.
- Add Builders and construction variables to support rpcgen:
RPCGenClient(), RPCGenHeader(), RPCGenService(), RPCGenXDR(),
$RPCGEN, $RPCGENFLAGS, $RPCGENCLIENTFLAGS, $RPCGENHEADERFLAGS,
$RPCGENSERVICEFLAGS, $RPCGENXDRFLAGS.
- Update the man page to document that prefix and suffix Builder
keyword arguments can be strings, callables or dictionaries.
- Provide more info in the error message when a user tries to build
a target multiple ways.
- Fix Delete() when a file doesn't exist and must_exist=1. (We were
unintentionally dependent on a bug in versions of the Python shutil.py
module prior to Python 2.3, which would generate an exception for
a nonexistent file even when ignore_errors was set.)
- Only replace a Node's builder with a non-null source builder.
- Fix a stack trace when a suffix selection dictionary is passed
an empty source file list.
- Allow optional names to be attached to Builders, for default
Builders that don't get attached to construction environments.
- Fix problems with Parallel Task Exception handling.
- Build targets in an associated BuildDir even if there are targets
or subdirectories locally in the source directory.
- If a FunctionAction has a callable class as its underlying Python
function, use its strfunction() method (if any) to display the
action.
- Fix handling when BuildDir() exists but is unwriteable. Add
"Stop." to those error messages for consistency.
- Catch incidents of bad builder creation (without an action) and
supply meaningful error messages.
- Fix handling of src_suffix values that aren't extensions (don't
begin with a '.').
- Don't retrieve files from a CacheDir, but report what would happen,
when the -n option is used.
- Use the source_scanner from the target Node, not the source node
itself.
- Internal Scanners fixes: Make sure Scanners are only passed Nodes.
Fix how a Scanner.Selector called its base class initialization.
Make comparisons of Scanner objects more robust. Add a name to
an internal default ObjSourceScanner.
- Add a deprecated warning for use of the old "scanner" keyword argument
to Builder creation.
- Improve the --debug=explain message when the build action changes.
- Test enhancements in SourceCode.py, option-n.py, midl.py. Better
Command() and Scanner test coverage. Improved test infrastructure
for -c output.
- Refactor the interface between Action and Executor objects to treat
Actions atomically.
- The --debug=presub option will now report the pre-substitution
each action seprately, instead of reporting the entire list before
executing the actions one by one.
- The --debug=explain option explaining a changed action will now
(more correctly) show pre-substitution action strings, instead of
the commands with substituted file names.
- A Node (file) will now be rebuilt if its PreAction or PostAction
actions change.
- Python Function actions now have their calling signature (target,
source, env) reported correctly when displayed.
- Fix BuildDir()/build_dir handling when the build_dir is underneath
the source directory and trying to use entries from the build_dir
as sources for other targets in the build-dir.
- Fix hard-coding of JDK path names in various Java tests.
- Handle Python stack traces consistently (stop at the SConscript stack
frame, by default) even if the Python source code isn't available.
- Improve the performance of the --debug={tree,dtree} options.
- Add --debug=objects logging of creation of OverrideWarner,
EnvironmentCopy and EnvironmentOverride objects.
- Fix command-line expansion of Python Value Nodes.
- Internal cleanups: Remove an unnecessary scan argument. Associate
Scanners only with Builders, not nodes. Apply overrides once when
a Builder is called, not in multiple places. Cache results from the
Node.FS.get_suffix() and Node.get_build_env() methods. Use the Python
md5 modules' hexdigest() method, if there is one. Have Taskmaster
call get_stat() once for each Node and re-use the value instead of
calling it each time it needs the value. Have Node.depends_on()
re-use the list from the children() method instead of calling it
multiple times.
- Use the correct scanner if the same source file is used for targets in
two different environments with the same path but different scanners.
- Collect logic for caching values in memory in a Memoizer class,
which cleans up a lot of special-case code in various methods and
caches additional values to speed up most configurations.
- Add a PathAccept validator to the list of new canned PathOption
validators.
From Jeff Squyres:
- Documentation changes: Use $CPPDEFINES instead of $CCFLAGS in man
page examples.
From Levi Stephen:
- Allow $JARCHDIR to be expanded to other construction variables.
From Christoph Wiedemann:
- Add an Environment.SetDefault() method that only sets values if
they aren't already set.
- Have the qt.py Tool not override variables already set by the user.
- Add separate $QT_BINPATH, $QT_CPPPATH and $QT_LIBPATH variables
so these can be set individually, instead of being hard-wired
relative to $QTDIR.
- The %TEMP% and %TMP% external environment variables are now propagated
automatically to the command execution environment on Windows systems.
- A new --config= command-line option allows explicit control of
of when the Configure() tests are run: --config=force forces all
checks to be run, --config=cache uses all previously cached values,
--config=auto (the default) runs tests only when dependency analysis
determines it's necessary.
- The Configure() subsystem can now write a config.h file with values
like HAVE_STDIO_H, HAVE_LIBM, etc.
- The Configure() subsystem now executes its checks silently when the
-Q option is specified.
- The Configure() subsystem now reports if a test result is being
taken from cache, and prints the standard output and error output
of tests even when cached.
- Configure() test results are now reported as "yes" or "no" instead of
"ok" or "failed."
- Fixed traceback printing when calling the env.Configure() method
instead of the Configure() global function.
- The Configure() subsystem now caches build failures in a .sconsign
file in the subdirectory, not a .cache file. This may cause
tests to be re-executed the first time after you install 0.97.
- Additional significant internal cleanups in the Configure() subsystem
and its tests.
- Have the Qt Builder make uic-generated files dependent on the .ui.h
file, if one exists.
- Add a test to make sure that SCons source code does not contain
try:-except: blocks that catch all errors, which potentially catch
and mask keyboard interrupts.
- Fix us of TargetSignatures('content') with the SConf subsystem.
From Russell Yanofsky:
- Add support for the Metrowerks Codewarrior compiler and linker
(mwcc and mwld).
RELEASE 0.96.1 - Mon, 23 Aug 2004 12:55:50 +0000
From Craig Bachelor:
- Handle white space in the executable Python path name within in MSVS
project files by quoting the path.
- Correct the format of a GUID string in a solution (.dsw) file so
MSVS can correctly "build enable" a project.
From Steven Knight:
- Add a must_exist flag to Delete() to let the user control whether
it's an error if the specified entry doesn't exist. The default
behavior is now to silently do nothing if it doesn't exist.
- Package up the new Platform/darwin.py, mistakenly left out of 0.96.
- Make the scons.bat REM statements into @REM so they aren't printed.
- Make the SCons packaging SConscript files platform independent.
From Anthony Roach:
- Fix scanning of pre-compiled header (.pch) files for #includes,
broken in 0.96.
RELEASE 0.96 - Wed, 18 Aug 2004 13:36:40 +0000
From Chad Austin:
- Make the CacheDir() directory if it doesn't already exist.
- Allow construction variable substitutions in $LIBS specifications.
- Allow the emitter argument to a Builder() to be or expand to a list
of emitter functions, which will be called in sequence.
- Suppress null values in construction variables like $LIBS that use
the internal _concat() function.
- Remove .dll files from the construction variables searched for
libraries that can be fed to Win32 compilers.
From Chad Austin and Christoph Wiedemann:
- Add support for a $RPATH variable to supply a list of directories
to search for shared libraries when linking a program. Used by
the GNU and IRIX linkers (gnulink and sgilink).
From Charles Crain:
- Restore the ability to do construction variable substitutions in all
kinds of *PATH variables, even when the substitution returns a Node
or other object.
From Tom Epperly:
- Allow the Java() Builder to take more than one source directory.
From Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve:
- Have SConsignFile() use, by default, a custom "dblite.py" that we can
control and guarantee to work on all Python versions (or nearly so).
From Jonathan Gurley:
- Add support for the newer "ifort" versions of the Intel Fortran
Compiler for Linux.
From Bob Halley:
- Make the new *FLAGS variable type work with copied Environments.
From Chris Hoeppler:
- Initialize the name of a Scanner.Classic scanner correctly.
From James Juhasz:
- Add support for the .dylib shared library suffix and the -dynamiclib
linker option on Mac OS X.
From Steven Knight:
- Add an Execute() method for executing actions directly.
- Support passing environment override keyword arguments to Command().
- Fix use of $MSVS_IGNORE_IDE_PATHS, which was broken when we added
support for $MSVS_USE_MFC_DIRS last release.
- Make env.Append() and env.Prepend() act like the underlying Python
behavior when the variable being appended to is a UserList object.
- Fix a regression that prevented the Command() global function in
0.95 from working with command-line strings as actions.
- Fix checking out a file from a source code management system when
the env.SourceCode() method was called with an individual file name
or node, not a directory name or node.
- Enhance the Task.make_ready() method to create a list of the
out-of-date Nodes for the task for use by the wrapping interface.
- Allow Scanners to pull the list of suffixes from the construction
environment when the "skeys" keyword argument is a string containing
a construction variable to be expanded.
- Support new $CPPSUFFIXES, $DSUFFIXES $FORTRANSUFFIXES, and
$IDLSUFFIXES. construction variables that contain the default list
of suffixes to be scanned by a given type of scanner, allowing these
suffix lists to be easily added to or overridden.
- Speed up Node creation when calling a Builder by comparing whether two
Environments are the same object, not if their underlying dictionaries
are equivalent.
- Add a --debug=explain option that reports the reason(s) why SCons
thinks it must rebuild something.
- Add support for functions that return platform-independent Actions
to Chmod(), Copy(), Delete(), Mkdir(), Move() and Touch() files
and/or directories. Like any other Actions, the returned Action
object may be executed directly using the Execute() global function
or env.Execute() environment method, or may be used as a Builder
action or in an env.Command() action list.
- Add support for the strfunction argument to all types of Actions:
CommandAction, ListAction, and CommandGeneratorAction.
- Speed up turning file system Nodes into strings by caching the
values after we're finished reading the SConscript files.
- Have ParseConfig() recognize and supporting adding the -Wa, -Wl,
and -Wp, flags to ASFLAGS, LINKFLAGS and CPPFLAGS, respectively.
- Change the .sconsign format and the checks for whether a Node is
up-to-date to make dependency checks more efficient and correct.
- Add wrapper Actions to SCons.Defaults for $ASCOM, $ASPPCOM, $LINKCOM,
$SHLINKCOM, $ARCOM, $LEXCOM and $YACCCOM. This makes it possible
to replace the default print behavior with a custom strfunction()
for each of these.
- When a Node has been built, don't walk the whole tree back to delete
the parents's implicit dependencies, let returning up the normal
Taskmaster descent take care of it for us.
- Add documented support for separate target_scanner and source_scanner
arguments to Builder creation, which allows different scanners to
be applied to source files
- Don't re-install or (re-generate) .h files when a subsidiary #included
.h file changes. This eliminates incorrect circular dependencies
with .h files generated from other source files.
- Slim down the internal Sig.Calculator class by eliminating methods
whose functionality is now covered by Node methods.
- Document use of the target_factory and source_factory keyword
arguments when creating Builder objects. Enhance Dir Nodes so that
they can be created with user-specified Builder objects.
- Don't blow up with stack trace when the external $PATH environment
variable isn't set.
- Make Builder calls return lists all the time, even if there's only
one target. This keeps things consistent and easier to program to
across platforms.
- Add a Flatten() function to make it easier to deal with the Builders
all returning lists of targets, not individual targets.
- Performance optimizations in Node.FS.__doLookup().
- Man page fixes: formatting typos, misspellings, bad example.
- User's Guide fixes: Fix the signatures of the various example
*Options() calls. Triple-quote properly a multi-line Split example.
- User's Guide additions: Chapter describing File and Directory
Nodes. Section describing declarative nature of SCons functions in
SConscript files. Better organization and clarification of points
raised by Robert P. J. Day. Chapter describing SConf (Autoconf-like)
functionality. Chapter describing how to install Python and
SCons. Chapter describing Java builds.
From Chris Murray:
- Add a .win32 attribute to force file names to expand with
Windows backslash path separators.
- Fix escaping file names on command lines when the expansion is
concatenated with another string.
- Add support for Fortran 90 and Fortran 95. This adds $FORTRAN*
variables that specify a default compiler, command-line, flags,
etc. for all Fortran versions, plus separate $F90* and $F95*
variables for when different compilers/flags/etc. must be specified
for different Fortran versions.
- Have individual tools that create libraries override the default
$LIBPREFIX and $LIBSUFFIX values set by the platform. This makes
it easier to use Microsoft Visual Studio tools on a CygWin platform.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Add a --debug=presub option to print actions prior to substitution.
- Add a warning upon use of the override keywords "targets" and
"sources" when calling Builders. These are usually mistakes which
are otherwise silently (and confusingly) turned into construction
variable overrides.
- Try to find the ICL license file path name in the external environment
and the registry before resorting to the hard-coded path name.
- Add support for fetching command-line keyword=value arguments in
order from an ARGLIST list.
- Avoid stack traces when trying to read dangling symlinks.
- Treat file "extensions" that only contain digits as part of the
file basename. This supports version numbers as part of shared
library names, for example.
- Avoid problems when there are null entries (None or '') in tool
lists or CPPPATH.
- Add an example and explanation of how to use "tools = ['default', ..."
when creating a construction environment.
- Add a section describing File and Directory Nodes and some of their
attributes and methods.
- Have ParseConfig() add a returned -pthread flag to both $CCFLAGS
and $LINKFLAGS.
- Fix some test portability issues on Mac OS X (darwin).
From Simon Perkins:
- Fix a bug introduced in building shared libraries under MinGW.
From Kevin Quick:
- Handling SCons exceptions according to Pythonic standards.
- Fix test/chained-build.py on systems that execute within one second.
- Fix tests on systems where 'ar' warns about archive creation.
From Anthony Roach:
- Fix use of the --implicit-cache option with timestamp signatures.
- If Visual Studio is installed, assume the C/C++ compiler, the linker
and the MIDL compiler that comes with it are available, too.
- Better error messages when evaluating a construction variable
expansion yields a Python syntax error.
- Change the generation of PDB files when using Visual Studio from
compile time to link time.
From sam th:
- Allow SConf.CheckLib() to search a list of libraries, like the
Autoconf AC_SEARCH_LIBS macro.
- Allow the env.WhereIs() method to take a "reject" argument to
let it weed out specific path names.
From Christoph Wiedemann:
- Add new Moc() and Uic() Builders for more explicit control over
Qt builds, plus new construction variables to control them:
$QT_AUTOSCAN, $QT_DEBUG, $QT_MOCCXXPREFIX, $QT_MOCCXXSUFFIX,
$QT_MOCHPREFIX, $QT_MOCHSUFFIX, $QT_UICDECLPREFIX, $QT_UICDECLSUFFIX,
$QT_UICIMPLPREFIX, $QT_UICIMPLSUFFIX and $QT_UISUFFIX.
- Add a new single_source keyword argument for Builders that enforces
a single source file on calls to the Builder.
RELEASE 0.95 - Mon, 08 Mar 2004 06:43:20 -0600
From Chad Austin:
- Replace print statements with calls to sys.stdout.write() so output
lines stay together when -j is used.
- Add portability fixes for a number of tests.
- Accomodate the fact that Cygwin's os.path.normcase() lies about
the underlying system being case-sensitive.
- Fix an incorrect _concat() call in the $RCINCFLAGS definition for
the mingw Tool.
- Fix a problem with the msvc tool with Python versions prior to 2.3.
- Add support for a "toolpath" Tool() and Environment keyword that
allows Tool modules to be found in specified local directories.
- Work around Cygwin Python's silly fiction that it's using a
case-sensitive file system.
- More robust handling of data in VCComponents.dat.
- If the "env" command is available, spawn commands with the more
general "env -" instead of "env -i".
From Kerim Borchaev:
- Fix a typo in a msvc.py's registry lookup: "VCComponents.dat", not
"VSComponents.dat".
From Chris Burghart:
- Fix the ability to save/restore a PackageOption to a file.
From Steve Christensen:
- Update the MSVS .NET and MSVC 6.0/7.0 path detection.
From David M. Cooke:
- Make the Fortran scanner case-insensitive for the INCLUDE string.
From Charles Crain:
- If no version of MSVC is detected but the tool is specified,
use the MSVC 6.0 paths by default.
- Ignore any "6.1" version of MSVC found in the registry; this is a
phony version number (created by later service packs?) and would
throw off the logic if the user had any non-default paths configure.
- Correctly detect if the user has independently configured the MSVC
"include," "lib" or "path" in the registry and use the appropriate
values. Previously, SCons would only use the values if all three
were set in the registry.
- Make sure side-effect nodes are prepare()d before building their
corresponding target.
- Preserve the ability to call BuildDir() multiple times with the
same target and source directory arguments.
From Andy Friesen:
- Add support for the Digital Mars "D" programming language.
From Scott Lystig Fritchie:
- Fix the ability to use a custom _concat() function in the
construction environment when calling _stripixes().
- Make the message about ignoring a missing SConscript file into a
suppressable Warning, not a hard-coded sys.stderr.write().
- If a builder can be called multiple times for a target (because
the sources and overrides are identical, or it's a builder with the
"multi" flag set), allow the builder to be called through multiple
environments so long as the builders have the same signature for
the environments in questions (that is, they're the same action).
From Bob Halley:
- When multiple targets are built by a single action, retrieve all
of them from cache, not just the first target, and exec the build
command if any of the targets isn't present in the cache.
From Zephaniah Hull:
- Fix command-line ARGUMENTS with multiple = in them.
From Steven Knight:
- Fix EnsureSConsVersion() so it checks against the SCons version,
not the Python version, on Pythons with sys.version_info.
- Don't swallow the AttributeError when someone uses an expansion like
$TARGET.bak, so we can supply a more informative error message.
- Fix an odd double-quote escape sequence in the man page.
- Fix looking up a naked drive letter as a directory (Dir('C:')).
- Support using File nodes in the LIBS construction variable.
- Allow the LIBS construction variable to be a single string or File
node, not a list, when only one library is needed.
- Fix typos in the man page: JAVACHDIR => JARCHDIR; add "for_signature"
to the __call__() example in the "Variable Substitution" section.
- Correct error message spellings of "non-existant" to "non-existent."
- When scanning for libraries to link with, don't append $LIBPREFIXES
or $LIBSUFFIXES values to the $LIBS values if they're already present.
- Add a ZIPCOMPRESSION construction variable to control whether the
internal Python action for the Zip Builder compresses the file or
not. The default value is zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED, which generates
a compressed file.
- Refactor construction variable expansion to support recursive
expansion of variables (e.g. CCFLAGS = "$CCFLAGS -g") without going
into an infinite loop. Support this in all construction variable
overrides, as well as when copying Environments.
- Fix calling Configure() from more than one subsidiary SConscript file.
- Fix the env.Action() method so it returns the correct type of
Action for its argument(s).
- Fix specifying .class files as input to JavaH with the .class suffix
when they weren't generated using the Java Builder.
- Make the check for whether all of the objects going into a
SharedLibrary() are shared work even if the object was built in a
previous run.
- Supply meaningful error messages, not stack traces, if we try to add
a non-Node as a source, dependency, or ignored dependency of a Node.
- Generate MSVS Project files that re-invoke SCons properly regardless
of whether the file was built via scons.bat or scons.py.
(Thanks to Niall Douglas for contributing code and testing.)
- Fix TestCmd.py, runtest.py and specific tests to accomodate being
run from directories whose paths include white space.
- Provide a more useful error message if a construction variable
expansion contains a syntax error during evaluation.
- Fix transparent checkout of implicit dependency files from SCCS
and RCS.
- Added new --debug=count, --debug=memory and --debug=objects options.
--debug=count and --debug=objects only print anything when run
under Python 2.1 or later.
- Deprecate the "overrides" keyword argument to Builder() creation
in favor of using keyword argument values directly (like we do
for builder execution and the like).
- Always use the Builder overrides in substitutions, not just if
there isn't a target-specific environment.
- Add new "rsrcpath" and "rsrcdir" and attributes to $TARGET/$SOURCE,
so Builder command lines can find things in Repository source
directories when using BuildDir.
- Fix the M4 Builder so that it chdirs to the Repository directory
when the input file is in the source directory of a BuildDir.
- Save memory at build time by allowing Nodes to delete their build
environments after they've been built.
- Add AppendUnique() and PrependUnique() Environment methods, which
add values to construction variables like Append() and Prepend()
do, but suppress any duplicate elements in the list.
- Allow the 'qt' tool to still be used successfully from a copied
Environment. The include and library directories previously ended up
having the same string re-appended to the end, yielding an incorrect
path name.
- Supply a more descriptive error message when the source for a target
can't be found.
- Initialize all *FLAGS variables with objects do the right thing with
appending flags as strings or lists.
- Make things like ${TARGET.dir} work in *PATH construction variables.
- Allow a $MSVS_USE_MFC_DIRS construction variable to control whether
ATL and MFC directories are included in the default INCLUDE and
LIB paths.
- Document the dbm_module argument to the SConsignFile() function.
From Vincent Risi:
- Add support for the bcc32, ilink32 and tlib Borland tools.
From Anthony Roach:
- Supply an error message if the user tries to configure a BuildDir
for a directory that already has one.
- Remove documentation of the still-unimplemented -e option.
- Add -H help text listing the legal --debug values.
- Don't choke if a construction variable is a non-string value.
- Build Type Libraries in the target directory, not the source
directory.
- Add an appendix to the User's Guide showing how to accomplish
various common tasks in Python.
From Greg Spencer:
- Add support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 (version 7.1).
- Evaluate $MSVSPROJECTSUFFIX and $MSVSSOLUTIONSUFFIX when the Builder
is invoked, not when the tool is initialized.
From Christoph Wiedemann:
- When compiling Qt, make sure the moc_*.cc files are compiled using
the flags from the environment used to specify the target, not
the environment that first has the Qt Builders attached.
RELEASE 0.94 - Fri, 07 Nov 2003 05:29:48 -0600
From Hartmut Goebel:
- Add several new types of canned functions to help create options:
BoolOption(), EnumOption(), ListOption(), PackageOption(),
PathOption().
From Steven Knight:
- Fix use of CPPDEFINES with C++ source files.
- Fix env.Append() when the operand is an object with a __cmp__()
method (like a Scanner instance).
- Fix subclassing the Environment and Scanner classes.
- Add BUILD_TARGETS, COMMAND_LINE_TARGETS and DEFAULT_TARGETS variables.
From Steve Leblanc:
- SGI fixes: Fix C++ compilation, add a separate Tool/sgic++.py module.
From Gary Oberbrunner:
- Fix how the man page un-indents after examples in some browsers.
From Vincent Risi:
- Fix the C and C++ tool specifications for AIX.
RELEASE 0.93 - Thu, 23 Oct 2003 07:26:55 -0500
From J.T. Conklin:
- On POSIX, execute commands with the more modern os.spawnvpe()
function, if it's available.
- Scan .S, .spp and .SPP files for C preprocessor dependencies.
- Refactor the Job.Parallel() class to use a thread pool without a
condition variable. This improves parallel build performance and
handles keyboard interrupts properly when -j is used.
From Charles Crain:
- Add support for a JARCHDIR variable to control changing to a
directory using the jar -C option.
- Add support for detecting Java manifest files when using jar,
and specifying them using the jar m flag.
- Fix some Python 2.2 specific things in various tool modules.
- Support directories as build sources, so that a rebuild of a target
can be triggered if anything underneath the directory changes.
- Have the scons.bat and scons.py files look for the SCons modules
in site-packages as well.
From Christian Engel:
- Support more flexible inclusion of separate C and C++ compilers.
- Use package management tools on AIX and Solaris to find where
the comilers are installed, and what version they are.
- Add support for CCVERSION and CXXVERSION variables for a number
of C and C++ compilers.
From Sergey Fogel:
- Add test cases for the new capabilities to run bibtex and to rerun
latex as needed.
From Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve:
- Accomodate anydbm modules that don't have a sync() method.
- Allow SConsignFile() to take an argument specifying the DBM
module to be used.
From Stephen Kennedy:
- Add support for a configurable global .sconsign.dbm file which
can be used to avoid cluttering each directory with an individual
.sconsign file.
From John Johnson:
- Fix (re-)scanning of dependencies in generated or installed
header files.
From Steven Knight:
- The -Q option suppressed too many messages; fix it so that it only
suppresses the Reading/Building messages.
- Support #include when there's no space before the opening quote
or angle bracket.
- Accomodate alphanumeric version strings in EnsurePythonVersion().
- Support arbitrary expansion of construction variables within
file and directory arguments to Builder calls and Environment methods.
- Add Environment-method versions of the following global functions:
Action(), AddPostAction(), AddPreAction(), Alias(), Builder(),
BuildDir(), CacheDir(), Clean(), Configure(), Default(),
EnsurePythonVersion(), EnsureSConsVersion(), Environment(),
Exit(), Export(), FindFile(), GetBuildPath(), GetOption(), Help(),
Import(), Literal(), Local(), Platform(), Repository(), Scanner(),
SConscriptChdir(), SConsignFile(), SetOption(), SourceSignatures(),
Split(), TargetSignatures(), Tool(), Value().
- Add the following global functions that correspond to the same-named
Environment methods: AlwaysBuild(), Command(), Depends(), Ignore(),
Install(), InstallAs(), Precious(), SideEffect() and SourceCode().
- Add the following global functions that correspond to the default
Builder methods supported by SCons: CFile(), CXXFile(), DVI(), Jar(),
Java(), JavaH(), Library(), M4(), MSVSProject(), Object(), PCH(),
PDF(), PostScript(), Program(), RES(), RMIC(), SharedLibrary(),
SharedObject(), StaticLibrary(), StaticObject(), Tar(), TypeLibrary()
and Zip().
- Rearrange the man page to show construction environment methods and
global functions in the same list, and to explain the difference.
- Alphabetize the explanations of the builder methods in the man page.
- Rename the Environment.Environment class to Enviroment.Base.
Allow the wrapping interface to extend an Environment by using its own
subclass of Environment.Base and setting a new Environment.Environment
variable as the calling entry point.
- Deprecate the ParseConfig() global function in favor of a same-named
construction environment method.
- Allow the Environment.WhereIs() method to take explicit path and
pathext arguments (like the underlying SCons.Util.WhereIs() function).
- Remove the long-obsolete {Get,Set}CommandHandler() functions.
- Enhance env.Append() to suppress null values when appropriate.
- Fix ParseConfig() so it works regardless of initial construction
variable values.
Extend CheckHeader(), CheckCHeader(), CheckCXXHeader() and
CheckLibWithHeader() to accept a list of header files that will be
#included in the test. The last one in the list is assumed to be
the one being checked for. (Prototype code contributed by Gerard
Patel and Niall Douglas).
- Supply a warning when -j is used and threading isn't built in to
the current version of Python.
- First release of the User's Guide (finally, and despite a lot
of things still missing from it...).
From Clark McGrew:
- Generalize the action for .tex files so that it will decide whether