Makefile for Python Web Development & Related Projects
A while back I was asked to speak to the Configuration Management Working Group of DC:
From that moment on, it was on: an excuse to finish and talk about the
Makefile I’d been dragging around formerly since January and informerly much longer.
I started writing slides on the impressive slides.com then I realized I had to finished the Makefile to finish the slides. This mostly involved deciding on target names and testing target execution.
For month after month as I continued to tweak, the project-makefile repository README contained the following:
**DO NOT USE THIS** At some point I started using a ``Makefile`` in my Python projects. This repository contains that ``Makefile``. **shrug**
Now it contains this:
Installation ------------ :: curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/aclark4life/project-makefile/master/Makefile Usage ----- :: Usage: make [TARGET] Available targets: - ablog - ablog-build - ablog-clean - ablog-init - ablog-install - ablog-serve - co - commit - commit-auto - commit-edit - django - django-clean - django-clean-migrations - django-init - django-install - django-migrate - django-migrations - django-serve - django-shell - django-static - django-su - django-test - django-yapf - git-checkout-remotes - git-commit - git-commit-auto - git-commit-auto-push - git-commit-edit - git-push - grunt - grunt-file - grunt-init - grunt-install - grunt-serve - h - he - heroku - heroku-debug-off - heroku-debug-on - heroku-init - heroku-push - heroku-remote - heroku-shell - heroku-web-off - heroku-web-on - install - lint - npm - npm-init - npm-install - package - package-check-manifest - package-init - package-lint - package-pyroma - package-readme - package-release - package-release-test - package-test - pdf - plone - plone-heroku - plone-init - plone-install - plone-serve - push - python-clean - python-flake - python-freeze - python-install - python-lint - python-serve - python-virtualenv - python-wc - python-yapf - release - release-test - review - serve - sphinx - sphinx-build - sphinx-clean - sphinx-init - sphinx-install - sphinx-serve - test - vagrant - vagrant-clean - vagrant-down - vagrant-init - vagrant-up - vagrant-update - vm - Check out the `slides <http://slides.com/aclark/project-makefile>`_ for more information.
Now I invite everyone to use and contribute!