This was tested on Ubuntu 16.04.
Install aptitude managed dependencies:
If the above command completes successfully, you will have the buck executable located at
./bin/buck. This build system does not install it into system folders on your machine, so you will probably want to add
./bin/buck to your path so you can just type buck at the command line.
The most basic Buck-based project example requires two Buck specific files:
.buckconfig and a
An example C++ project built using Buck can be found on GitHub at https://github.com/njlr/buck-cpp-example.
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