Compare Bitrise vs. GNU Make

Bitrise is ranked 26th in Build Automation with 1 review while GNU Make is ranked 7th in Build Automation with 2 reviews. Bitrise is rated 7.0, while GNU Make is rated 9.6. The top reviewer of Bitrise writes "It provides all of the features we want but the client interface is not very user-friendly ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of GNU Make writes "Full-featured syntax allows building strategies as simple or as complex as needed". Bitrise is most compared with , whereas GNU Make is most compared with Jenkins, CircleCI and TeamCity.
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It is easy to use and very stable.

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GNU Make is such an essential tool that it is almost impossible to imagine working without it. Not having it, developers would probably have to resort to doing everything manually or via shell scripts.Makefiles are extremely easy to work with using any preferred editor. GNU Make can be run directly from the terminal, not requiring any time wasted on clicking.Full-featured syntax allows building strategies as simple or as complex as one wishes, and declarative approach fits the task really well. Wide adoption also means that everybody knows what GNU Make is and how to use it.I have not encountered any scalability issues with GNU Make. It is as scalable as the project's structure is, and then some.Setup is extremely straightforward.

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The client interface is not very user-friendly.

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Vanilla GNU Make does not support any kind of colored output. A wrapper named colormake exists to work around this, but native (opt-in) support would be welcome.GNU Make requires using the Tab symbol as the first symbol of command line for execution. In some text editors this can be problematic, as they automatically insert spaces instead of tabs.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
The pricing for this program is reasonable.

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GNU Make is free and open source software.There is no price for this product. No licensing. It’s open-source.

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out of 27 in Build Automation
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9.5
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Bitrise helps you automate your daily app development tasks from building through testing to deployment. With Bitrise you can configure these tasks with a unique, visual workflow editor, with over 200 service integrations ready to roll. All integrations or steps are Open Source, which means that you can easily create your own and share it with others.

Make is a tool which controls the generation of executables and other non-source files of a program from the program's source files.
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