Closed Bug 793260 Opened 8 years ago Closed 3 years ago
Simple pymake API for evaluating a make file
Currently, when pymake evaluates a make file, it spins up an execution context and this executes and never returns. This is inconvenient for people consuming pymake as an API because it effectively means you need to launch a new process to evaluate a make file or you need to use callbacks everywhere. Even if you use callbacks, the pymake.process.ParellelContext never finishes spinning, which is bad. Anyway, I think it would be really handy if pymake had a Python native API that "just worked." You could instantiate a pymake.data.Makefile instance and then .run() it. That would do its thing and then return control to the caller once it finishes evaluating. This is a minor feature enhancement and isn't high priority. Just a nice-to-have.
Mass close of pymake-related bugs.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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