I've been playing around with an idea for a new build tool that I'm
currently calling "Hop", and I was wondering if there was any interest from
I've gotten the barest minimum working here:
Hop uses a data-driven build file, and rather than executing tasks
directly, it builds a bash script which is then cached and executed. If the
build file remains the same, Hop uses the cached script directly.
After the cache is established, this should make Hop faster than Leiningen,
while maintaining process isolation. It also opens up the possibility of
preloading a pool of VMs to get around load times.
I'll be working on this every so often whenever I'm between projects, but
if anyone else wants to get involved, I've set up some issues for features
that should be good starting points.
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