Make build tool substitute written in Python.
Faff is a Make build tool substitute written in Python. An input file similar to a Makefile defines rules used to update arbitrary targets that can have file or other rule dependencies.
Install and/or upgrade using pip.
$ pip install -U faff
Compile and execute a C hello world program. Create a directory populated with files from the gcc_hello_world example. The example assumes that the gcc command is available in the system path and compiles source files for the host platform.
$ mkdir -p gcc_hello_world $ cd gcc_hello_world $ # Copy example files.
Run the default rule of the input file. Similarly to Make, running faff will run the all default rule.
$ faff faff: gcc gcc_hello_world/main.c -o gcc_hello_world/build/main faff: main Hello, world! faff: `all` updated (1/1 0.694s)
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