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floop

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Note: this repository is in the alpha development stage. We recommend you always pull or upgrade to the latest version.

floop is a CLI tool for developing, building, and testing code on multiple target devices using a single host device. Currently, the tool works for Linux targets, including many ARM devices.

Documentation

Please visit the official floop documentation for tutorials, guides, and more information.

You can see more Forward Loop projects and documentation at our documentation website.

Learn more about Forward Loop at our company website.

See floop running in three languages on four ARM devices at the same time:

https://img.youtube.com/vi/rT3D8THxBn4/0.jpg

Installation

You can download the latest official release as a pip package:

pip install --upgrade floopcli

For developing floopcli itself, you can pull this repository and install it locally with pip3:

git clone git@github.com:ForwardLoopLLC/floopcli.git && cd floopcli && pip3 install -e .[test]

We highly recommend you use virtualenv when working with floopcli.

Testing

floop has been tested on multiple ARM devices running Linux operating systems. Additionally, floop has its own continuous integration platform, which you can learn about by visting the ci/ folder in this repository.

Contributing

floop is an open-source project from Forward Loop LLC. We encourage community engagement. If you find any bugs or want to propose new features, please raise an issue in this repository.

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