Cook is a fast incremental build tool intended for projects in D language. In contrast to most other build automation programs, Cook by default requires no project hierarchy description - it automatically collects information about imports from D source files in project directory. Moreover, Cook caches dependencies between modules, and then uses this cache to find out which modules had been changed and need recompiling.
Cook is written in D and supports Windows and Linux. By default it works with Digital Mars D compiler (DMD), but you can use it with other compilers (and, for some extent, even with other languages!) as well by writing proper configuration file.
- Supports Windows and Linux
- No need to install system-wide - Cook executable runs from anywhere, including project directory
- Performs incremental building by default
- Very fast
- Low memory requirements (happily builds large projects on outdated 32-bit systems, even with 512 MB RAM!)
- Powerful and robust dependency scanner with support for "version" and "debug" conditions
- Fully configurable. You can define paths to compiler and linker, override default compilation/linkage commands, etc.
- Can cross-compile Windows programs under Linux using Wine
- Supports automatic dependency resolution from remote Git repositories or local directories (experimental feature). No need for a package registry - everything is fully decentralized, you can fetch any Git repository in the world
Copyright (c) 2011-2014 Timur Gafarov. Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file COPYING or at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)