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Cookbooks

Cookbooks provides an infrastructure for projects that want to use cook as build tool. Cookbooks is designed to be modular, providing often used functionality on a high level. However, developers may, at any time, dive deeper into the build system and provide their own low-level procedures to adapt to any need that might arise. It improves the build process by, for example, providing complete automatic dependency tracking using the power of Cook.

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  •  29 Feb 2008 08:01

    Release Notes: This is the initial release. It contains support for C programs, static libraries, installing and cleaning the project, and creating a distribution tarball. An example of building cook with itself using Cookbooks is available.

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