The CSCUFL DEVELOPMENT KIT is a set of functions and macros written in C to generate workflows in the scufl markup language. In other words, it is a scufl reader/writer. This software is not part of the GNU project and is still in the early stages of development! Should you want to contribute, your help is more than welcome (see below on how to contribute!).

Typically, C programmers would use the CSCUFL DEV KIT to automatically output scufl workflows from their softwares. This is rather convenient to generate large workflows and when workflows modules have dynamic features that are output of other applications.

SCUFL stands for Simple Conceptual Unified Flow Language and defines a high-level workflow description language which can be parsed by a variety of workflow management systems. We are also planning to support cscufl2.

Please refer to the README file in the sorce repository to learn how to use the CSCUFL DEVELOPMENT KIT. More to follow..


The official version of the CSCUFL DEV KIT can be found on the savannah servers
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Mailing lists

CSCUFL DEV KIT has the following mailing lists:

Official announcements about the CSCUFL DEV KIT will be made on the following web page cscufl.

Security reports that should not be made immediately public can be sent directly to the maintainer.

Getting involved

Since the CSCUFL DEV KIT is free software, its development is a volunteer effort, and you can contribute. For information and to get involved it's a good idea to join the development mailing list (see above).

Trying the latest release (when available) is always appreciated. Official releases of cscufl can be found at
For development sources, issue trackers, and other information, please see cscufl
Translating CSCUFL DEV KIT
At the moment cscufl is only available in English.
The CSCUFL DEV KIT is currently being maintained by ll79. Please use the mailing lists for contact or this web page ll79 on Savannah.


CSCUFL DEV KIT is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

Copyright © 2012 ll79

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