Reducing the complexity of software configuration ∗

@inproceedings{Plaice2012ReducingTC,
  title={Reducing the complexity of software configuration ∗},
  author={John Plaice and William W. Wadge},
  year={2012}
}
Marmoset is a simple unix-based tool for creating and maintaining large systems built from reusable “modules”. Marmoset provides unix commands for creating and editing modules, and for configuring modules so that they produce object code, libraries, or executables, as the case may be, from the component modules. A Marmoset module is implemented as a unix directory containing a number of files, some of which are supplied by the user, and others of which are generated automatically. For a given… CONTINUE READING

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