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-<?
-	include "includes/templates.php";
-        include "includes/versions.php";
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-	error_reporting(E_ALL);
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-	make_top("A software construction tool", "home");
-?>
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-<div id="bodycontent">
-<h2 class="pagetitle"> Latest News </h2>
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-<h3> SCons 2.0.0.final.0 is available </h3>
-<div class="date">14 June 2010</div>
-<div class="newsitem">
-SCons production release 2.0.0.final.0 is now available from the
-<a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/scons/files/scons/2.0.0.final.0/">download page</a>
-at SourceForge.
-This is the production release for the 2.0 series.
-The 2.0 series drops support for all pre-2.4 versions of Python.
-See the <a href="CHANGES-2.0.txt">ChangeLog</a>
-for a complete list of changes in the release.
-</div>
-
-<h3> SCons 1.3.0.d20100606 is available </h3>
-<div class="date">06 June 2010</div>
-<div class="newsitem">
-SCons release 1.3.0.d20100606 is now available from the
-<a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/scons/files/scons/1.3.0.d20100606/">download page</a>
-at SourceForge.
-Fix issue with shell environment leaking into Environment via MSVC initialization.
-See the <a href="CHANGES.txt">ChangeLog</a>
-for a complete list of changes in the release.
-</div>
-
-<h3> SCons 1.3.0 is available </h3>
-<div class="date">23 March 2010</div>
-<div class="newsitem">
-SCons release 1.3.0 is now available from the
-<a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/scons/files/scons/1.3.0/">download page</a>
-at SourceForge.
-This release contains a significant redesign of how SCons
-detects installed Visual Studio and Visual C/C++ versions.
-See the <a href="CHANGES.txt">ChangeLog</a>
-for a complete list of changes in the release.
-</div>
-
-<div class="quote">
-<div class="quotetext">
-"It was long past time for autotools to be replaced, and SCons has won
-the race to become my build system of choice.  Unified builds and
-extensibility with Python &mdash; how can you beat that?"
-</div>
-<div class="quoteauthor">&mdash;
-Eric S. Raymond, author of "The Cathedral and the Bazaar"</div>
-</div>
-
-<div class="quote">
-<div class="quotetext">
-"Doom3's Linux build system uses SCons. <tt>CC="ccache distcc g++-3.3"
-JOBS=8</tt> rocks!"
-</div>
-<div class="quoteauthor">&mdash;Timothee Besset, <a
-href="http://www.idsoftware.com">id Software</a></div>
-</div>
-
-<h2> What is SCons?</h2>
-
-SCons is an Open Source software construction tool&mdash;that is, a
-next-generation build tool. Think of SCons as an improved, cross-platform
-substitute for the classic <tt>Make</tt>
-utility with integrated functionality similar
-to <tt>autoconf/automake</tt> and compiler caches such as <tt>ccache</tt>.
-In short, SCons is an
-easier, more reliable and faster way to build software. 
-
-<div class="quote">
-<div class="quotetext">
-"<span class="sconslogo">SCons</span> is a fantastic build system, written in Python (1.5.2) that does lots of nice things like automated dependencies, cross platform operation, configuration, and other great stuff. I would have to say that it is probably going to be the best thing for building C/C++ projects in the near future." 
-</div>
-<div class="quoteauthor">&mdash; Zed A. Shaw, Bombyx project lead </div>
-</div>
-
-<h2> What makes SCons better? </h2>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Configuration files are Python scripts--use the power of a real programming language to solve build problems.</li>
-<li>Reliable, automatic dependency analysis built-in for C, C++ and Fortran--no more <tt>"make depend"</tt> or <tt>"make clean"</tt> to get all of the dependencies.  Dependency analysis is easily extensible through user-defined dependency Scanners for other languages or file types.</li>
-<li>Built-in support for C, C++, D, Java, Fortran, Yacc, Lex, Qt and SWIG, and building TeX and LaTeX documents.  Easily extensible through user-defined Builders for other languages or file types.</li>
-<li>Building from central repositories of source code and/or pre-built targets.</li>
-<li>Built-in support for fetching source files from SCCS, RCS, CVS, BitKeeper and Perforce.</li>
-<li>Built-in support for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and past Visual Studio versions, including generation of <tt>.dsp</tt>, <tt>.dsw</tt>, <tt>.sln</tt> and <tt>.vcproj</tt> files.</li>
-<li>Reliable detection of build changes using MD5 signatures; optional, configurable support for traditional timestamps.</li>
-<li>Improved support for parallel builds--like <tt>make -j</tt> but keeps N jobs running simultaneously regardless of directory hierarchy.</li>
-<li>Integrated <tt>Autoconf</tt>-like support for finding <tt>#include</tt> files, libraries, functions and typedefs.</li>
-<li>Global view of <i>all</i> dependencies--no more multiple build passes or reordering targets to build everything.</li>
-<li>Ability to share built files in a cache to speed up multiple builds--like <tt>ccache</tt> but for any type of target file, not just C/C++ compilation.</li>
-<li>Designed from the ground up for cross-platform builds, and known to work on Linux, other POSIX systems (including AIX, *BSD systems, HP/UX, IRIX and Solaris), Windows NT, Mac OS X, and OS/2.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>
-<!-- ("So why the beta status if it's stable?" I hear you ask. Until recently, we
-were still tweaking corners of the interface as we found ways to make building
-software even easier. We're on track for an official
-1.0 production release in the near future. Regardless of status, every release
-of SCons goes out only if it passes all of our tests on multiple platforms.)
-</p>
--->
-<div class="quote">
-<div class="quotetext">
-"We are using [SCons] on Windows (MSVC and Intel compilers), Linux, IRIX and
-Mac OS X (gcc and two versions of CodeWarrior). Handles all of those with ease.
-It can do things like properly handle dependencies on auto-generated source and
-header files, which would be a nightmare in make." 
-</div>
-<div class="quoteauthor">&mdash;SilentTristero (Slashdot user), 10 July 2003 post</div>
-</div>
-
-<h2>Where did SCons come from?</h2>
-
-<p> <span class="sconslogo">SCons</span> began life as the <i>ScCons</i> build
-tool design which won the <a
-href="http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com/">Software Carpentry</a> SC
-Build competition in August 2000.  That design was in turn based on the <a
-href="http://www.dsmit.com/cons/">Cons</a> software construction utility.  This
-project has been renamed <span class="sconslogo">SCons</span> to reflect that
-it is no longer directly connected with Software Carpentry (well, that, and to
-make it slightly easier to type...).  </p>
-
-</div> <!-- End bodycontent -->
-
-<?
-	make_bottom();
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