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Makefile execution powered by pure Python

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Bring basic Makefile support to any system with Python.

Inspired by work in tqdm.

Simply install then execute pymake in a directory containing a Makefile.

pymake works on any platform (Linux, Windows, Mac, FreeBSD, Solaris/SunOS).

pymake does not require any library to run, just a vanilla Python interpreter will do.


Installation

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pip install py-make

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Pull and install in the current directory:

pip install -e git+https://github.com/tqdm/py-make.git@master#egg=py-make

Changelog

The list of all changes is available either on GitHub’s Releases: GitHub-Status or on crawlers such as allmychanges.com.

Usage

Simply install then execute pymake in a directory containing a Makefile.

Known Issues

For compatibility, ensure:

  1. Every alias is preceded by @[+]make (eg: @make alias)
  2. A maximum of one @make alias or command per line

A full list of what is and is not supported is on the issue tracker.

Sample makefile compatible with pymake:

PY=python -m py_compile
.PHONY:
    all
    test
    install
    compile
all:
    @+make test
    @make install
test:
    nosetest
install:
    python setup.py\
    install
compile:
    $(PY) test.py
circle:
    # of life
    circle
empty:
    # this is a comment

Documentation

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pymake --help

Contributions

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All source code is hosted on GitHub. Contributions are welcome.

See the CONTRIBUTE file for more information.

LICENCE

Open Source (OSI approved): LICENCE

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Authors

The main developers, ranked by surviving lines of code (git fame -wMC), are:

We are grateful for all GitHub-Contributions.

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