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The bodger tool is a very simple wrapper that reads a config, matches corns, and determines what command to run, and runs it. This makes it easy to set what commands to run for test, build, docs etc in a CI/CD pipeline. You can kind of think of it like a platform specific Make command with a better config.
The default config is “bodger.conf” and should be located inside of the root of a project.
This config looks like this:
bodger: test: kernel:Linux: pytest pkg: os:Arch: pop-build -c build.conf --pkg-tgt Arch os_family:RedHat: pop-build -c build.conf --pkg-tgt rhel7 bin: kernel:Linux: pop-build -c build.conf
Then the system can by run by calling bodger <cmd>:
bodger test bodger pkg bodger bin
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