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CMake Alternatives & Competitors

(14)4.4 out of 5

Looking for alternatives to CMake? Tons of people want Other Continuous Delivery Software. What's difficult is finding out whether or not the software you choose is right for you. SCons, GNU Make, GNU Automake, and sbt are the most popular alternatives and competitors to CMake.

Top Alternatives to CMake

  • SCons
  • GNU Make
  • GNU Automake
  • sbt
  • Leiningen

Top 20 Alternatives & Competitors to CMake

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  1. SCons

    (16)4.2 out of 5

    SCons is an Open Source software construction tool-that is, a next-generation build tool.

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  2. SCons is an Open Source software construction tool-that is, a next-generation build tool.

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    UF
    Its so much simpler to use than GNU Make or CMake. Because its Python, it can be broadly adopted and supported by most software engineers.

    Reviewers say compared to CMake, SCons is:

    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements
    #2
    #2
  3. GNU Make

    (19)4.4 out of 5

    Make is a tool which controls the generation of executables and other non-source files of a program from the program's source files.

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  4. Make is a tool which controls the generation of executables and other non-source files of a program from the program's source files.

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    Miguel Angel A.
    MA
    The best thing about GNU Make is how it integrates with the user's installed shell commands and applications. This makes it great to write batch processing scripts for all sort of tasks, beyond...Read more

    Reviewers say compared to CMake, GNU Make is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Better at support
    More usable
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    #3
    #3
  5. GNU Automake

    (11)4.2 out of 5

    GNU is an operating system that is free software-that is, it respects users' freedom. The development of GNU made it possible to use a computer without software that would trample your freedom.

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  6. GNU is an operating system that is free software-that is, it respects users' freedom. The development of GNU made it possible to use a computer without software that would trample your freedom.

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    UA
    Open source software is important to me. When automating the process of building software, I consider it critical from a security/software integrity standpoint.

    Reviewers say compared to CMake, GNU Automake is:

    More usable
    More expensive
    Better at support
    #4
    #4
  7. sbt

    (12)3.6 out of 5

    Use Scala to define your tasks. Then run them in parallel from the shell.

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  8. Use Scala to define your tasks. Then run them in parallel from the shell.

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    BG
    It comes in really handy and effortless for building small projects. It also integrates very well with IntelliJ IDEA.

    Reviewers say compared to CMake, sbt is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Better at support
    #5
    #5
  9. Leiningen

    (3)4.8 out of 5

    Leiningen is the easiest way to use Clojure. With a focus on project automation and declarative configuration, it gets out of your way and lets you focus on your code.

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  10. Leiningen is the easiest way to use Clojure. With a focus on project automation and declarative configuration, it gets out of your way and lets you focus on your code.

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    Peter B.
    PB
    Ease of use and integration with plugins are some of my favorite parts of leiningen. I also found the documentation to be very good. Whether writing a simple clojure library, commandline tool, or...Read more
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    #6
  11. FinalBuilder

    (13)4.6 out of 5

    Automating your Build process is simple with FinalBuilder. With FinalBuilder you don't need to edit xml, or write scripts. Visually define and debug your build scripts, then schedule them with windows scheduler, or integrate them with Continua CI, Jenkins or any other CI Server.

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  12. Automating your Build process is simple with FinalBuilder. With FinalBuilder you don't need to edit xml, or write scripts. Visually define and debug your build scripts, then schedule them with windows scheduler, or integrate them with Continua CI, Jenkins or any other CI Server.

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    Derek V.
    DV
    We used FinalBuilder to automate a highly specialised XML workflow. Formerly, this workflow would have required an enormous amount of manual labour. The problem with manual labour, as everyone...Read more

    Reviewers say compared to CMake, FinalBuilder is:

    More expensive
    Better at support
    More usable
    #7
    #7
  13. Apache Buildr

    (4)4.4 out of 5

    Apache Buildr is a build system for Java-based applications, including support for Scala, Groovy and a growing number of JVM languages and tools.

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  14. Apache Buildr is a build system for Java-based applications, including support for Scala, Groovy and a growing number of JVM languages and tools.

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    UI
    It provides more flexible and custom programming model.
    #8
    #8
  15. MPW Make

    (1)3.5 out of 5

    Macintosh Programmer's Workshop (MPW) is a product designed specifically for professional Macintosh software developers. It brings together a comprehensive collection of development tools designed to support C, C++, and assembly-language programmers who are writing software for Mac OS 7.x/8.x/9.x.

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  16. Macintosh Programmer's Workshop (MPW) is a product designed specifically for professional Macintosh software developers. It brings together a comprehensive collection of development tools designed to support C, C++, and assembly-language programmers who are writing software for Mac OS 7.x/8.x/9.x.

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    AH
    t is an integrated multiwindow text editor and command executer which supports numerous built-in commands and a powerful scripting language that allows you to customize the environment to suit your...Read more
    #9
    #9
  17. A-A-P

    (1)2.0 out of 5

    A-A-P makes it easy to locate, download, build and install software. It also supports browsing source code, developing programs, managing different versions and distribution of software and documentation. This means that A-A-P is useful both for users and for developers.

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  18. A-A-P makes it easy to locate, download, build and install software. It also supports browsing source code, developing programs, managing different versions and distribution of software and documentation. This means that A-A-P is useful both for users and for developers.

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    SS
    I liked that it tought me skill to build software for my new jobs.
    #10
    #10
  19. Cabal

    (1)4.0 out of 5

    Cabal is a system for building and packaging Haskell libraries and programs. It defines a common interface for package authors and distributors to easily build their applications in a portable way. Cabal is part of a larger infrastructure for distributing, organizing, and cataloging Haskell libraries and programs.

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  20. Cabal is a system for building and packaging Haskell libraries and programs. It defines a common interface for package authors and distributors to easily build their applications in a portable way. Cabal is part of a larger infrastructure for distributing, organizing, and cataloging Haskell libraries and programs.

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    UH
    Multiple features, great for packaging and distributing in a portable way. It is a very helpful tool that helps to build and organize the Haskell libraries.
    #11
    #11
  21. Distcc

    (1)5.0 out of 5

    distcc is a program to distribute builds of C, C++, Objective C or Objective C++ code across several machines on a network. distcc should always generate the same results as a local build, is simple to install and use, and is usually much faster than a local compile.

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  22. distcc is a program to distribute builds of C, C++, Objective C or Objective C++ code across several machines on a network. distcc should always generate the same results as a local build, is simple to install and use, and is usually much faster than a local compile.

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    Matthew R.
    MR
    Reduces compile times substantially, and mixes well with ccache
    #12
    #12
  23. FlowTracer

    (1)4.0 out of 5

    FlowTracer is versatile and powerful infrastructure software (with built-in job scheduling) for design flow development, management, and parallel execution. Any engineer, programmer, or IT professional who is used to implementing and managing flows with scripts or GNU Make will find FlowTracer a superior solution. Through its visualization and troubleshooting capabilities, complex design flows can be easily understood, maintained, and expanded.

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  24. FlowTracer is versatile and powerful infrastructure software (with built-in job scheduling) for design flow development, management, and parallel execution. Any engineer, programmer, or IT professional who is used to implementing and managing flows with scripts or GNU Make will find FlowTracer a superior solution. Through its visualization and troubleshooting capabilities, complex design flows can be easily understood, maintained, and expanded.

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    US
    It had better visibility in EDA tools and to compute resource utilization as compared to leading commercial tools. Its more scalable for EDA and SoC applications compared to general purpose...Read more
    #13
    #13
  25. Boost.Build

    (1)3.5 out of 5

    Boost.Build takes care about compiling your sources with right options, creating static and shared libraries, making executables, and other chores - whether you're using gcc, msvc, or a dozen more supported C++ compilers - on Windows, OSX, Linux and commercial UNIX systems.

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  26. Boost.Build takes care about compiling your sources with right options, creating static and shared libraries, making executables, and other chores - whether you're using gcc, msvc, or a dozen more supported C++ compilers - on Windows, OSX, Linux and commercial UNIX systems.

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    EA
    Its dependency is a C compiler, so it's easy to set up. You can even include all of Boost.Build in your project.
    #14
    #14
  27. TinyBuilder

    In the future, look to Tiny Management to provide devices to small business to solve everyday IT problems. However, developing bare metal software for multiple platforms became cumbersome for such a small organization. Finding existing tools inadequate, we decided to build our own and called it TinyBuilder.

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  28. In the future, look to Tiny Management to provide devices to small business to solve everyday IT problems. However, developing bare metal software for multiple platforms became cumbersome for such a small organization. Finding existing tools inadequate, we decided to build our own and called it TinyBuilder.

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    #15
    #15
  29. SBuild

    SBuild is a fast and reliable build system most suitable for projects targeting the JVM. SBuild itself and the buildfiles are written in Scala. But typical build system maintenance tasks require almost no special Scala knowledge.

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  30. SBuild is a fast and reliable build system most suitable for projects targeting the JVM. SBuild itself and the buildfiles are written in Scala. But typical build system maintenance tasks require almost no special Scala knowledge.

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    #16
    #16
  31. Invantive Scheduler

    Invantive Scheduler allows you to accelerate your business processes without increasing costs. Invantive Scheduler makes more of your available resources by automating processes as recurring background jobs. Real-time, event-driven, whenever your business needs it.

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  32. Invantive Scheduler allows you to accelerate your business processes without increasing costs. Invantive Scheduler makes more of your available resources by automating processes as recurring background jobs. Real-time, event-driven, whenever your business needs it.

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    #17
    #17
  33. Micro Focus Enterprise Server

    Micro Focus Enterprise Server provides an application deployment environment for rehosting IBM mainframe applications that have traditionally run on IBM z/OS environments.

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  34. Micro Focus Enterprise Server provides an application deployment environment for rehosting IBM mainframe applications that have traditionally run on IBM z/OS environments.

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    #18
    #18
  35. Micro Focus Enterprise Server for .NET

    Micro Focus Enterprise Server for .NET enables a fit-for-purpose IBM mainframe application workload to be deployed to the Windows .NET framework.

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  36. Micro Focus Enterprise Server for .NET enables a fit-for-purpose IBM mainframe application workload to be deployed to the Windows .NET framework.

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    #19
    #19
  37. Google Cloud Tekton

    Tekton is a powerful yet flexible Kubernetes-native open-source framework for creating continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) systems. It lets you build, test, and deploy across multiple cloud providers or on-premises systems by abstracting away the underlying implementation details.

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  38. Tekton is a powerful yet flexible Kubernetes-native open-source framework for creating continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) systems. It lets you build, test, and deploy across multiple cloud providers or on-premises systems by abstracting away the underlying implementation details.

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    #20
    #20
  39. Magento 2 Zero Downtime Deployment

    Remember yourself when it's a deployment time on your Magento 2 store? All of us know what it means. A broken website for a few minutes can be vital for your business since it is the time when you can lose your potentials customers. And no one wants that. Say goodbye to the 503 maintenance page for good. Magento 2 Zero Downtime Deployment extension helps you reduce the downtime to ZERO. That means, no, broken website, no inconvenient time deployment, no bouncing off.

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  40. Remember yourself when it's a deployment time on your Magento 2 store? All of us know what it means. A broken website for a few minutes can be vital for your business since it is the time when you can lose your potentials customers. And no one wants that. Say goodbye to the 503 maintenance page for good. Magento 2 Zero Downtime Deployment extension helps you reduce the downtime to ZERO. That means, no, broken website, no inconvenient time deployment, no bouncing off.

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