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Project: Weyland 0.1.0

Build syntax

Weyland builds are defined in ruby files named, by convention, Weylandfile.

Within these files you define a single package object which contains one or more
tasks. In Weyland packages are groups of tasks which are executed in a particular
order to achieve a desired result. Tasks can depend on other tasks defined in the
package which defines them, or in external packages.

External dependencies are defined in files named, by convention, Dependencies.
This file contains an array of Package signatures, and the location where Weyland
can locate the full package.

Topics

  1. Build package definition
  2. Defining external dependencies

Last published over 4 years ago by smkell.