Has anyone experience with the Vesta Configuration Management System? Summary from the homepage: "Vesta is a portable SCM system targeted at supporting development of software systems of almost any size, from fairly small (under 10,000 source lines) to very large (10,000,000 source lines)."
Now, what really drew me to it is that it also automatically handles the build process (dependencies and other stuff that is simply tedious to do with plain make). Currently I'm using Subversion for source control, QMake to generate Makefiles, and GNU make to build my projects. QMake saves a lot of work, but an automated solution would be even better. Comments?
Tags: version control vesta vestasys make makefile qmake subversion