hefesto - A multi platform build system.

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Hefesto is a multi platform build system which currently runs on Linux, FreeBSD, MINIX, Solaris, NetBSD, OpenBSD and Windows.The main Hefesto's feature is allow a more programmatic build scripting.

https://github.com/rafael-santiago/hefesto

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