a lightweight framework in python.
Sysyphus is a lightweight framework to automate stuff, written in Python. It's useful to write build and automation scripts in the Python programming language, using a very simple API. It's similar in spirit to build tools like ant, but uses pure Python syntax to define tasks.
released on 19 November 2012
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