Fubsy: The Universal Build Tool
Fubsy is a tool for efficiently building software. If you need to minimally rebuild a bunch of target files from a bunch of source files by following a bunch of rules, Fubsy is what you need. If you prefer a more formal, abstract description: Fubsy is an engine for conditional execution of actions based on the dependencies between related resources.
Fubsy is written in Go, and uses the gc compiler to build. If you're on Unix, you already have Go installed, and you don't care about satisfying Fubsy's optional dependencies, just run
./configure.sh && ./build.sh
For more information, see doc/build.txt.
See the user guide in doc/guide (online at http://fubsy.readthedocs.org/).
Currently, Fubsy is in the very early stages of development. You can write tiny toy build scripts with it, but there is a lot of work to do before it's ready for the real world.
The main purpose of this release is to attract developers who want to help shape Fubsy into a world-class build tool. Please see http://fubsy.gerg.ca/develop/ for more information.
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