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Lets doit read tasks defined using classes, decorated functions or function calls.

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Lets doit read tasks defined using classes, decorated functions or function calls.

A sample dodo.py file:

from letsdoit import TaskBase, task

# Define a task using a decorator.
@task(file_dep=['dodo.py'])
def simple():
    print "hi"

# By calling a function.
compile = task(actions=['cc -c main.c'],
               file_dep=["main.c", "defs.h"],
               targets=['main.o'],
              )

# A class with a run() method
class hello(TaskBase):
    """Hello from Python."""
    targets = ['hello.txt']

    def run(self):
        with open(self.targets[0], "a") as output:
            output.write("Hello world.")

# A class with a list of actions.
class checker(TaskBase):
    """Run pyflakes."""
    actions = ['pyflakes letsdoit.py']
    file_dep = ['letsdoit.py']

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