Yes the autotools are good. cmake might be better, but it is not as well
known and often used as autotools and scons.
As I heard scons should be enough for a lot of things. Even for multi
platform stuff. Csound uses it and seems fine with it and a couple more linux
(multiplatform) applications like ardour.
my choice would always be between autoconf/automake/et al. and scons. For
both learning is necessary. For scons it's python and for the autotools it's
the macro-language. Both seems to have nice reference docs...
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