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1. Using Bakefile ===================== If you obtained one of the prebuilt packages (MSI or ZIP file for windows or the -bin.tar.bz2 tarball for Unix and OS X), then you can simply unpack it somewhere and run the 'bkl' tool in its top directory. On Windows, you don't need anything else, bkl.exe is self-contained executable. On other systems, you must have Python 2.7 installed. 2. Documentation ==================== Documentation is generated by scripts in the docs/ subdirectory. Up to date version is always available from http://docs.bakefile.org 3. Reporting bugs etc. ========================== Source code repository, bug tracker, wiki: https://github.com/vslavik/bakefile https://github.com/vslavik/bakefile/issues https://github.com/vslavik/bakefile/wiki 4. Building from sources ============================ You'll need the following to compile Bakefile from sources obtained from the git repository: 1. Python 2.7 2. Sphinx documentation tool. Install it with easy_install Sphinx 3. If you want to run the test suite, you'll need py.test too: easy_install pytest 4. Some additional modules are used if available, but are not required: easy_install clint (for colorized output) Once all tools are installed, you can build Bakefile by running `make`. This generates the parser from ANTLR grammar and build the HTML documentation.
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