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Reusable Makefile components for everyday use.
makefilet provides a set of Make targets for common development tasks. It simplifies your life and the life of your co-developers by letting you focus on your language and your project instead of clumsily writing
Most features are working out of the box. Some features require a configuration file (e.g. for tox) or a variable in your
In a perfect world, the
Makefile of your project is reduced to just a single line that is responsible for including
makefilet. The latter is providing all the magic for you. Discover it via
Currently supported tasks include:
Somehow you need to make
makefilet available for yourself and your co-developers within your project repository.
Probably the following lines are everything you need:
wget https://notabug.org/sumpfralle/makefilet/raw/master/makefilet-download-ondemand.mk [ -s Makefile ] || echo >>Makefile sed -i 1i'include makefilet-download-ondemand.mk' Makefile
See the integration instructions for more details and a few alternative approaches.
Take a look at list of new available targets provided by makefilet:
Take a look at the usage instructions for more details.
Please take a look at the contribution hints.