Release Notes: Reported bugs have been fixed. The MS Windows port has been improved. The documentation has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: This is the first beta release. Aap now works on Unix, MS Windows, and Mac OS X. Recently added features include rsync support, a simpler method for wildcard expansion, automatic installation of required packages, automatic creation of directories for the ":copy" command, and others. More testing needs to be done and the documentation has to be cleaned up before the 1.0 release.
Release Notes: This is the first version of Agide: The A-A-P GUI IDE. This IDE is designed as a framework in which separate tools can work together. This makes it very flexible. Currently Vim and gdb are supported, making it possible to debug C programs. It is easy to add more tools.
Release Notes: Various bug fixes were made. Aap now works better for MS-Windows.
Release Notes: Various fixes for reported problems. Improved MS Windows support.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of A-A-P. The functionality of the recipe is good enough to build C programs, maintain a Web site, do version control with CVS, etc. It can do just about everything that can be done with a Makefile, and more. It is being used to maintain the Vim web site and handle the distribution of all A-A-P files. The recipe format has settled down and many examples have been written and tested to verify that it works well. The tutorial of the documentation has been written. Currently it only works on Unix.