A wrapper for the Bazel build system that provides a curses GUI for persistent configuration.
A wrapper for bazel with a GUI for configuring arguments. Running
baz -q opens a configuration gui where you can set persistent bazel settings by choosing from detected
.bazelrc configs, and other bazel flags.
Baz stores persistent information in
~/.config/baz/. A unique config for each directory is generated and separate settings can be configured for multiple repositories. You can delete your configuration and start over at any time with
Add baz to your path and use baz as you would use bazel.
python3 -m pip install baz --user
If you haven't already, make sure scripts from your user site are accesible from PATH.
site.USER_BASE # Prints something like `/home/username/.local/`
Take this path, and add to your
usage: baz.py [-h] [-e] [-p] [-q] [-d]
-h, --help show this help message and exit
Emit a shell script to containing the raw Bazel build command, rather than executing it. This is useful for exporting vanilla Bazel build commands to people who do not have baz.
Prints the build settings configured for Baz.
-q, --configure Run the Baz configuration TUI.
Permenently delete the persistent configuration file.
Unit tests can be run with
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