Google has launched beta release tool called Bazel an open source system for developers to create and test software builds on a variety of platform.
Bazel is to build most of its software, and that it’s suitable for projects that involve large shared code repositories and extensive automated testing and release processes.
Bazel is available for Linux and OS X and can be used to build and test projects in C++, Java, Python and more. It also includes support for building Android and iOS apps, as well as Docker images, and lets you use libraries from sources like GitHub and Maven.
Google says it hopes to add a Windows version, distributed caching, and Go support in its final release.