I now regularly use Scons as a cross-platform software construction tool. It is easy, written in Python, and I know Python, so no problem learning a new language as for CMake. In some cases when I use SWIG, the target platform does not have the SWIG executable. But when compiling a module, Scons must use this executable, whatever you try to do. In this case, one need to create a new SharedLibrary builder, so that this attribute will determine if SWIG is present or if the generated .c or .cpp files must be used instead.

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After some thoughts, I’ve decided to create my new English blog. I already have a French one, on http://blog.developpez.com/index.php?blog=92, but now I feel I need to have an English one.

Currently, I’ve doing a PhD thesis in Strasbourg, France, with the Python language mainly, although some work is done in C++. It tackles the complicated problem of manifold learning, I hope I will have some concrete results soon !

My passions, besides CS (I’m a geek :()) is music (I’m a trumpet player, a drummer and a bassist) playing or playing with music. That is, I love mixing music, creating new tools for music or acoustics, …

I hope you will enjoy this blog 😉