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Cross-compilation framework based on the Shake Haskell library.
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Straightforward Makefile Tutorial that bring together best practices once and for all.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 10 Oct 2022
The one paper that gave me hope about build systems was Build systems à la carte: Theory and practice, by Andrey Mokhov, Neil Mitchell, and Simon Peyton Jones. Among other things, it describes the theoretical underpinnings of the Shake build system. To be honest I believe any build system that ignores the maths described in this paper can safely be ignored. (You may however ignore the paper itself if the maths checks out. See Daniel J. Bernstein's redo, which matches Shake very closely.)
Worst language you ever used? Really used not just looked at the manual.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 10 Aug 2022
Yeah, they don't have to be terrible. I haven't used it, but people in my circles tend to really like Shake, which uses a Haskell embedded DSL to describe builds.
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5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 May 2022
You could try Shake. It's a sane build system written by a former co-worker of mine. https://shakebuild.com/
Overview of the CMake controversy, and break down the pros and cons of the critical C++ tool.
4 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 1 May 2022
Shake does require compilation as it's essentially just a Haskell library providing a DSL and it works just fine, I guess in gradle's case it's a thing about Java-typical overengineering and complete blindness to resource usage. Shake's underlying engine can actually go head-to-head with ninja itself when building ninja files.
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3 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 15 Oct 2021
Did you look at shake: https://shakebuild.com/ ?
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20 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Mar 2021
https://shakebuild.com/ agrees with you:
> Large build systems written using Shake tend to be significantly simpler, while also running faster. If your project can use a canned build system (e.g. Visual Studio, cabal) do that; if your project is very simple use a Makefile; otherwise use Shake.
For what it's worth, if I remember right, Shake has some support for interpreting Makefiles, too.
> [...] the way more complicated syntax of Shake [...]
For context, Shake uses Haskell syntax, because your 'Shakefile' is just a normal Haskell program that happens to use Shake as a library and then compiles to a bespoke build system.
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www.saashub.com | 20 Mar 2023
ndmitchell/shake is an open source project licensed under BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License which is an OSI approved license.