Software Alternatives & Reviews

Looking Beyond Nox

Recommended and mentioned products

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

    So far, I've looked, relatively superficially, at Ninja, doit, Bazel, and SCons. It looks to me like Ninja and doit won't handle the third point above without requiring something really strange, and if Bazel or SCons documents things one way or the other, I haven't found it yet.
  2. Task management & automation tool.

    So far, I've looked, relatively superficially, at Ninja, doit, Bazel, and SCons. It looks to me like Ninja and doit won't handle the third point above without requiring something really strange, and if Bazel or SCons documents things one way or the other, I haven't found it yet.
  3. Ninja is a small build system with a focus on speed.

    So far, I've looked, relatively superficially, at Ninja, doit, Bazel, and SCons. It looks to me like Ninja and doit won't handle the third point above without requiring something really strange, and if Bazel or SCons documents things one way or the other, I haven't found it yet.
  4. Mypy is an experimental optional static type checker for Python that aims to combine the benefits of dynamic (or "duck") typing and static typing.

    Run Mypy against each project, generating coverage (in html) and error (in junit xml) reports.
  5. Bazel is a tool that automates software builds and tests.

    So far, I've looked, relatively superficially, at Ninja, doit, Bazel, and SCons. It looks to me like Ninja and doit won't handle the third point above without requiring something really strange, and if Bazel or SCons documents things one way or the other, I haven't found it yet.