The ccontrol program takes over the roles of the compiler, linker and make, and reads a configuration file to decide what to do before invoking them. This is particularly useful for centralized control over commands and options, such as enabling distcc and ccache. It is also great for controlling parallelism and which compiler versions to use, based on the directory and make targets.
Releases get named after the last person to submit a bug report/fix.
These are various other ccontrol pages of the Ccontrol Core Team:
You can subscribe to the ccontrol mailing list to give feedback and ask questions.
ccontrol is available under the under the GNU General Public Licence (GPL).
ccontrol uses mercurial. You can browse or "hg pull" from the repository
Thanks to Matt Mackall for the wonderful mercurial.
Thanks to Jeremy Kerr for the webmanship.