Supported Third-Party Build Tools

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  • GNU Make 3.79.1, 3.80, 3.81, and 3.82

  • Microsoft NMAKE 7.x and 8.x

  • SCons

  • Symbian Make (Windows)

  • Visual Studio: .NET 2002, .NET 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013

    The installer for CloudBees Accelerator automatically installs the CloudBees Accelerator Visual Studio Integration, which lets you build Visual Studio solutions and projects using eMake from within the IDE. For information about using this integration, see the Visual Studio Integration Guide .

CloudBees Accelerator can support Visual Studio 6 workspaces if they are exported to NMAKE files. However, every time something changes in the workspace, an export must be done again.
  • Rational ClearCase 7.1.1, 7.1.2, and 8.0 (exceptions detailed below)

ClearCase versions and contained a known missing lib issue. IBM fixed this issue in ClearCase versions and or CloudBees recommends using one of those ClearCase versions with CloudBees Accelerator.

CloudBees Accelerator supports building within ClearCase dynamic views and provides the Ledger feature, which can track files that change as a result of a change to the view’s configuration specification.

This version of CloudBees Accelerator in GNU Make 3.81 emulation mode was tested against the following ClearCase environment:

ClearCase server

RHEL 4.6

ClearCase version 7.0.1 (Wed May 30 17:04:58 EDT 2007) @(#) MVFS version (Wed Apr 11 21:19:21 2007) built at $Date: 2008-10-24.19:30:48 (UTC) $

ClearCase client

RHEL 5.6

ClearCase version (Fri Mar 08 10:35:58 EST 2013) ( @(#) MVFS version (Thu Feb 21 05:02:58 2013) built at $Date: 2013-02-21.10:13:08 (UTC) $

ClearCase client

RHEL 5.6

ClearCase version (Fri Mar 08 11:01:39 EST 2013) ( @(#) MVFS version (Thu Feb 21 00:53:03 2013) built at $Date: 2013-05-16.22:01:13 (UTC) $

Accelerator does not currently support ClearCase integration on Solaris x86 platforms. If you need this support, contact your CloudBees sales representative. You can use to provide information about your ClearCase setup through a `.ini file. See Integrating ClearCase with CloudBees Accelerator - eMake’s "Fake" Interface for ClearCase.