Generate dependency rules for Java sources.
Tracking dependencies amongst a group of source files is always a chore. With Java it's even worse: source files may be mutually-dependent, and make doesn't deal with this situation at all!
JavaDeps is a tool to generate dependency rules for Java sources, inspired by the "-MM" flag of gcc. This program analyzes a set of java source files, and outputs their dependencies, along with makefile rules to build the resulting classes.
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