Coadjute is a generic build tool, originally intended as a replacement for make that supports keeping track of command line arguments that tweak the build in some way.

Coadjute is written in Haskell, implemented solely as a library and thus providing an embedded domain-specific language or EDSL.

At this stage, years after I decided to release it, I don't actually recommend using Coadjute. It's not maintained and probably full of bugs, performance issues, etc. It's one of the first Haskell projects I wrote so the code quality is unlikely to be that great either. As Haskell EDSL build systems go, Shake is a better option, and as build systems in general go, I recommend looking at tup, and always thinking about the falsehoods programmers believe about build systems when you have the opportunity to choose.


The source code is available here:

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Coadjute 0.1.1 source codexz-compressed tarball16 5362014-12-29