!include directive, currently unstable, can be used to include the
verbatim text of another file.
If you have the following
!include foo/bar.just a: b @echo A
And the following text in
b: @echo B
foo/bar.just will be included in
justfile and recipe
b will be defined:
$ just --unstable b B $ just --unstable a B A
!include directive path can be absolute or relative to the location of
the justfile containing it.
!include directives must appear at the beginning
of a line.
Justfiles are insensitive to order, so included files can reference variables
and recipes defined after the
!include directives are only processed before the first non-blank,
Included files can themselves contain
!include directives, which are