An open source, multi-platform make like program that allows you executable programs and libraries from source code listings by creating control text files called make files that control the behaviour of the other tools. It is like GNU Make and a number of other make packages based on Neil Russell's original public domain make, but improves on it.
PMAKE is outdated and the binary is in 16 bit only, but it could be compiled into 32 bits fairly easily but it is difficult to imagine why you should want to do that unless you specifically want a make program unencumbered by licences that is somewhat more advanced than Neil Russell's original make.
- Last known version: PAMAKE v1.8 (1989-09-30)
Open source software released into the public domain, the documentation and name are copyrighted however.
Author and publisher
- Neil Russell (Original author)
- Roundhill Computer Systems Limited (Publisher)