--- Bake ---
Bake scripts into files.
Executes @BAKE to the end of the line or @STOP within in any given file.
You may have multi-line commands, by either including a leading @STOP
or ending each line with a backslash.
The execution takes place at the root of the target file, so if you have:
`test/file.c', and then execution takes place at `test'.
you may see a real example in the primary and only source file: `bake.c'.
this is not targeted toward any language and should be fairly flexible,
especially when multi-line comments are available.
Binary files (files that contain characters < ' ' or > '~') are supported.
--- Buildng ---
Bootstrapping may be done with Shake, simply run `./shake ./bake.c'
Initial building may be done by examining and running `install.sh',
or if you don't want to install it right away, run `SUDO= TARGET=. ./install.sh'
--- I/O Extension ---
I/O provides various descriptive factors about the current context for the command,
primarily the full and shortened filename, and the remaining arguments to the process.
$@: the name of the executed file
$*: the text of the filename before the last dot
$+: the remaining arguments to Bake
They are most useful for a template command, such as: @BAKE cc $@ -o $* $+
--- Options ---
only one option may be in use at a time, and must come as the first argument.
-h, --help: displays help message, similiarly to empty input.
-n, --dry-run: DRYRUN, does NOT run anything!
--- Shake ---
Bake was inspired by the Bash-based Shake utility (formerly eMake,
he liked my suggestion for a name). It is included under authorization
of it's creator. The original version of Shake may be found at:
Bake includes a modified Shake, both in installation, and as a bootstrapper.
The modified version includes all features of Bake with the exceptions of
multi-line commands. It is not a replacement for Bake.
Bake is licensed under the GPLv3-only, See LICENSE.
Bake began on September 13th, 2023.