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f29a5f99c37b83dc4cb91a9cc7d61f8964313a70 — JA Viljoen 10 months ago fb911c3
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A simple task runner

Make and Bash are useful tools but the syntax can be tricky,
especially if you're writing Bash inside a Makefile.
And sometimes you need the flexibility and expressivity
of a proper programming language with a standard library.

If you know Ruby, you're probably already familiar with Rake;
and for Python there's Invoke.
But maybe you don't want to invest time in learning a new tool
and its idiosyncracies.

**Yatte** is for when you just want to write a Python script
and get back to work.


## Project links

- [Documentation](https://docs.javiljoen.net/yatte)
- [Source code](https://git.sr.ht/~javiljoen/yatte)
- [Bug reports etc.](https://lists.sr.ht/~javiljoen/yatte)
- [Documentation](https://docs.javiljoen.net/yatte/)
- [Source code](https://git.sr.ht/~javiljoen/yatte/)
- [Bug reports etc.](https://lists.sr.ht/~javiljoen/yatte/)


## Quickstart


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    sh> ls .
    pyproject.toml README.md tasks.py

See `yatte --help` for more details.
See the [docs](https://docs.javiljoen.net/yatte/) for more details.