realize - Go build system with file watcher, live reload and output streams

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Automate the most recurring operations needed for development, define what you need only one time, integrate additional tools of third party, define custom cli commands and reload projects at each file change without stop to write code.Various operations can be programmed for each project, which can be executed at startup, at stop, and at each file change.



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It will create a .realize.yaml file if doesn't already exist, add the working directory as project and run your workflow. ⚠️ The additional arguments must go after the params: 💡 The start command can be used with a project from its working directory without make a config file (--no-config).

task - A task runner / simpler Make alternative written in Go

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Task is a simple tool that allows you to easily run development and build tasks. Task is written in Golang, but can be used to develop any language. It aims to be simpler and easier to use then GNU Make.Or you can download the binary from the releases page and add to your PATH. DEB and RPM packages are also available. The task_checksums.txt file contains the SHA-256 checksum for each file.

air - ☁️ Live reload for Go apps

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gopm - Go Package Manager (gopm) is a package manager and build tool for Go.

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Glide - Package Management for Golang

  •    Go

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gonative - Build Go Toolchains /w native libs for cross-compilation

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mmake - Modern Make

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asciigraph - Go package to make lightweight ASCII line graph ╭┈╯ in command line apps with no other dependencies

  •    Go

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  •    Go

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