What is the difference between maven and makefile?

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What is the difference between maven and makefile?
Oct 23 in Other DevOps Questions by anonymous
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I don't think maven and makefile are comparable.

Makefile is a file that has commands and those are executed when the file is called. Whereas maven is a project management tool.

They seem like two different things.
answered Oct 23 by Hana

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