orbit - :satellite: A simple tool for running commands and generating files from templates

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Orbit started with the need to find a cross-platform alternative of make and sed -i commands. As it does not aim to be as powerful as these two commands, Orbit offers an elegant solution for running commands and generating files from templates, whatever the platform you're using.Download the latest release of Orbit from the releases page. You can get Orbit for a large range of OS and architecture.

https://github.com/gulien/orbit

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