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shelljs - :shell: Portable Unix shell commands for Node.js

  •    Javascript

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mmake - Modern Make

  •    Go

Mmake is a small program which wraps make to provide additional functionality, such as user-friendly help output, remote includes, and eventually more. It otherwise acts as a pass-through to standard make.Make's primary function is not to serve as a "task runner", however it's often used for that scenario due to its ubiquitous nature, and if you're already using it, why not! Make is however lacking a built-in mechanism for displaying help information.

phing - PHing Is Not GNU make; it's a PHP project build system or build tool based on Apache Ant.

  •    PHP

(PH)ing (I)s (N)ot (G)NU make; it's a PHP project build system or build tool based on Apache Ant. You can do anything with it that you could do with a traditional build system like GNU make, and its use of simple XML build files and extensible PHP "task" classes make it an easy-to-use and highly flexible build framework. Features include running PHPUnit tests (including test result and coverage reports), file transformations (e.g. token replacement, XSLT transformation, Smarty template transformations), file system operations, interactive build support, SQL execution, SVN/GIT operations, tools for creating PEAR packages, documentation generation (DocBlox, PhpDocumentor) and much, much more.

grunt - Grunt: The JavaScript Task Runner

  •    Javascript

Visit the gruntjs.com website for all the things. Before you make an issue, please read our Contributing guide.




gulp - The streaming build system

  •    Javascript

This file will give you a taste of what gulp does. Node already supports a lot of ES2015, to avoid compatibility problem we suggest to install Babel and rename your gulpfile.js as gulpfile.babel.js.

mage - a Make/rake-like build tool using Go

  •    Go

Mage is a make-like build tool using Go. You write plain-old go functions, and Mage automatically uses them as Makefile-like runnable targets. Mage has no dependencies outside the Go standard library, and builds with Go 1.7 and above (possibly even lower versions, but they're not regularly tested).

asyncrun.vim - Run Async Shell Commands in Vim 8.0 / NeoVim and Output to Quickfix Window

  •    Vim

If that doesn't excite you, then perhaps this GIF screen capture below will change your mind. Copy asyncrun.vim to your ~/.vim/plugin or use Vundle to install it from skywind3000/asyncrun.vim .

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

  •    Go

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.


pulp - A build tool for PureScript projects

  •    PureScript

A build tool for PureScript. This installs the PureScript compiler, the Pulp build tool, and the Bower package manager.

Beak - A command line interface for your Swift scripts

  •    Swift

Beak can take a standard Swift file and then list and run any public global functions in it via a command line interface. Beak analyzes your Swift file via SourceKit and finds all public and global functions. It uses information about the function and parameter names, types and default values to build up a command line interface. It also uses standard comment docs to build up descriptive help.

modules-webmake - Bundle CommonJS/Node.js modules for web browser

  •    Javascript

Bundle CommonJS/Node.js modules for web browsers. Webmake allows you to organize JavaScript code for the browser the same way as you do for Node.js.

orthogami - Orthogonal polyhedra origami

  •    Javascript

If you want to try making a Mario yourself, here is a PDF in A4 format. This module works in any reasonable CommonJS environment (includes node.js and browserify). You can also use it with the voxel critter creator (select "Export Orthogami").

atom-build - :hammer: Build your project directly from the Atom editor

  •    Javascript

Automatically build your project inside your new favorite editor, Atom. (You can also use keyboard shortcuts to go to errors if you don't like Atom Linter, or want to keep package dependencies to a minimum).

gulp-cli - CLI for gulp

  •    Javascript

The task(s) listed on the command line will be executed. If more than one task is listed, Gulp will execute all of them concurrently, that is, as if they had all been listed as dependencies of a single task. Just running gulp will execute the task default. If there is no default task, gulp will error.

ios-project-env-setup - Setup your iOS project environment with a Shellscript, Makefile or Rakefile

  •    Swift

Nowadays an iOS project is more than only a *.xcodeproj file with some self-written Objective-C or Swift files. We have a lot of direct and indirect external dependencies in our projects and each new developer on the project or the build server have to get these. Developers need these before working on the app and the build server to build and deploy the app. Code: Because we don’t want reinvent the wheel for parts of our apps again and again, we use third-party libraries for common use cases. E.g. we use Alamofire for our network stack. Also, we want use the latest and hopefully greatest version of each dependency, to get the newest features and especially critical bug fixes almost automatically. To reach this goal you should use a dependency manager, which cares about these problems. The principle „never change a running“ system should not apply to third-party dependencies. Especially if these are responsible for critical parts of the app, like encryption.

rivet - Efficient build tool utilizing JavaScript and Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Efficient build tool utilizing JavaScript and Node.js.

make - Makefiles

  •    Makefile

Personal makefiles for Modern Make.

make-test - `test` target for running nodejs mocha tests

  •    Javascript

Make test target for running mocha tests.