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Autodist is a source distribution management system that allows powerful mechanisms to define what is included in and excluded from a distribution and what license is used. It is especially targeted at large software projects that create multiple distributions from a source tree. Autodist supports distribution management in directory, file, and file content level, and automatic relicensing of a distribution.


Recent releases

  •  14 Mar 2008 18:06

    Release Notes: This release adds support for distdefs in .mm, .M, and .S files. It fixes some shell compatibility issues and the .ad file processing.

    •  01 Jun 2007 07:31

      Release Notes: The prereq directive was added. Support for extra user parameters for autodist hook scripts was added.

      •  21 Feb 2007 15:04

        Release Notes: This version fixes the Autodist distdefs to match exactly instead of partially.

        •  04 May 2005 13:32

          Release Notes: This version introduces Makefile and configure dependency support, log file creation, file processing from the command line, an improved "noprocess" directive, and a bunch of bugfixes.

          •  23 Apr 2005 14:18

            Release Notes: This release fixes the "noprocess" directive handling and various documentation bugs.


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