Tool that allows you to move build process from a local machine to a remote one.
Remote machine ought to be much faster than a laptop.
mainframer you can free up your local machine for better things —
like editing source code in your IDE without lags and
freezes, being able to actually use your computer when the build is happening.
Table of contents
- State of Project Development
- Supported Workflows
- 3rd-party IntelliJ Mainframer Plugin
- How to Run Tests (for contributors)
State of Project Development
3.x is in active development, the stable version is
2.x and recommended for production use.
You can view
2.x version sources and docs using this Git tag.
There are lots of changes between
3.x, but key subset is the following:
- Mainframer will work as system-wide CLI tool #185
- Mainframer is now written in Rust #191
- Mainframer will speed up most of existing workflows by syncing during remote command execution #188
You can track
3.x development progress using the 3.0.0 milestone.
mainframer supports basically anything you can execute as a command.
It will sync files to remote machine, execute a command and sync files back.
We have quite a bunch of samples showing off some practical applications.
3rd-party IntelliJ Mainframer Plugin
We highly recommend the plugin if you use IntelliJ with Mainframer!
How to Run Tests (for contributors)
Dependencies: Bash, Docker.
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