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Reuse invoke tasks in your Jarbas projects and containers.

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Jarbas tasks

This is a very small module defines a mechanism to inject invoke tasks to
Jarbas enabled projects. The jarbas-tasks cli is designed to be used as an
entry point of a docker container and is used as such in most Jarbas based
images. By default, it accepts the following sub-commands:

Start a bash shell:

$ jarbas-tasks bash # starts a bash shell
$ jarbas-tasks run # run the default "run" task (a bash shell, by default)
$ jarbas-tasks tasks # list all tasks

(jarbas-tasks can also be replaced by ``python3 -m jarbas_tasks``)

If the CWD has a, the jarbas-tasks works basically as a replacement for
the "inv" command which adds a default implementation for the "bash", "run" and
"tasks" commands.

Run a task defined in

$ jarbas-tasks some-task

Creating a task package

By default, jarbas-tasks inject only the "run" and "bash" tasks to the list of
available tasks. Users can create *task packages* that can inject arbitrary
default tasks to the jarbas-tasks command.

In order to do so, create a Python package that expose the following entry

'jarbas-tasks': [
'mytask1 = mytask:task1', # Maps command name to task object
'mytask2 = mytask:task2',

The handler should be a regular invoke task declared anywhere in the module.

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