It is recommended that projects clone this into the tree at build time, or post-clone. These are style re-formatting tools and essential utilities used by 2E0EOL and co-conspirators.
Added tag build-scripts-1.0.0 for changeset 90008b880eb1
Created branch rel/1 (for 1.0.0 tag)
Merged develop into default
Merged f/201908-raw2c-pureperl
Missing copyright notice in unit test
Another symbolName -> symbol
fix up path in reference data
Fix a bug which may be present in the raw2c C version ref processing the last byte in the file
Migrate over all code -- working now, but all bytes are zeroed
Finish command-line argument processing
main function now triggers options parsing
Handle parsing of all flags correctly
Start work on options parser
Use sut slot in tester framework
use Test::Module::Runnable
Test syntax() method
Start doing some TDD
Initial code which doesn't do anything.
Initial changes to build system
To reduce build time dependencies for libhoratio, we need to port raw2c into a Perl-pure alternative
Merged default down into develop
Wrong file extension
Get rid of HORATIO references

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README

This README would normally document whatever steps are necessary to get your application up and running.

What is this repository for?

  • Scripts to help pre-process and build complex applications
  • VERSION 1.0.0

How do I get set up?

  • You should clone this repository as a sub-repo under build-scripts/ in your repository.
  • make test should be used to run the comprehensive test suite
  • You do not need to deploy or install this library.

Contribution guidelines

  • All tests are under the t/ directory in the form t/script/function.t
  • All code reviews are performed as pull requests into the develop branch of the repository at https://hg.sr.ht/~m6kvm/build-scripts
  • The directory bin/ contains scripts, it should never contain compiled binaries.

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