@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ once per run) combined with all the cleanliness of recursive `make` (you
don't have code from one module stomping on code from another module).
(Disclaimer: my current implementation is not as fast as `make` for some
things, because it's written in python. Eventually I'll rewrite it an C and
things, because it's written in python. Eventually I'll rewrite it in C and
it'll be very, very fast.)
The easiest way to show it is to jump into an example. Here's one for