mamo stands for MakeModules. Working on top of GNU-make
http://make.paulandlesley.org/ and the Template Toolkit
http://template-toolkit.org/ its intention is to automate common
tasks to the highest degree possible. You should be able to create a
source file, tell mamo about it and the targets you want and let
mamo care about the rest.
mamo consists of a collection of Makefile snippets called
modules. Each module defines features for a single or some related
common tasks. For instance module C defines features for generating
object files from C sources, module Pod defines features to
generate documentation from pod sources, while module Install
defines features for installing files in various ways locally or on a
remote host. The important module Subdirectory defines recursive
operation in a directory tree. In no way the tasks are limited to
programming. For instance mamo can be used to maintain a web site.
mamo is used from a user Makefile. The Makefile has to do two
Include two mamo parts by using GNU-make's include directive
Define the make variables which tell mamo about the sources and
targets maintained by this Makefile
Besides that such a Makefile may contain additional rules and
definitions which may or may not relate to mamo.
These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.