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README.rst

Welcome to Invoke!

Invoke is a Python (2.7 and 3.4+) library for managing shell-oriented subprocesses and organizing executable Python code into CLI-invokable tasks. It draws inspiration from various sources (make/rake, Fabric 1.x, etc) to arrive at a powerful & clean feature set.

For a high level introduction, including example code, please see our main project website; or for detailed API docs, see the versioned API website.

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