Tuesday, March 18, 2014

lfetool 0.2 Released

This release of lfetool has a bunch of new interesting features -- too much to cover in a tweet, so it's getting a little blog post ;-)

Here are the high-level bits that should make users' lives better:
  • New yaws project type, provided for building basic web sites; includes the exemplar project as a dependency for generating HTML with S-expressions.
  • Every project now gets TravisCI support by default.
  • Unit tests, integration tests, and systems tests now each have their own dir.
  • Tests now get run in parallel for faster run times.
  • Added support for running on Linux and *BSD systems.
  • Added unit tests for lfetool itself (shUnit) (for checking skeleton-generation and tool options).
  • lfetool has a new logo :-)
Note that the version jumped from 0.1.2 to 0.2.0 due to the strong improvements in quality and feature set of the tool. Forth-coming features include:
  • Support for an e2 service skeleton project.
  • Support for a YAWS-RESTful service skeleton project.
  • Support for YAWS embedded in a skeleton OTP application.
  • Support for YAWS + Exemplar + Bootstrap projects
  • Support for slide decks with Exemplare + Reveal.js
If you've got more ideas for the lfetool wishlist, post a comment here or send an email to the LFE mailing list.

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