Chris Pearl wrote:
> Rake seems to be used widely and extensively. Rails uses it pretty
> extensively, as do quite a few of the tools I'm currently reviewing
> for the purposes of another thread [1].
>
> So what about Rant [2]? It's certainly not dead: latest release was on
> November 17, 2006. And it is claimed to be more featureful than Rake
> [3].
>
> Where is Rant being used (if at all)?  Why does Rake seem to be the
> overwhelming choice?
>

I use rant all time time for building C apps and such and have ran into
only 1 issue (its on the rant bugtracker), other than that its rock
solid. I dont use rake so cant comment over it. Rant does all I need it
to do.  I dont consider it not production quality despite its version
numbering.

-stu