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Rewrite of Skydoc #102

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laurentlb opened this Issue Jul 19, 2018 · 5 comments

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laurentlb commented Jul 19, 2018

We plan to rewrite Skydoc using a real Skylark interpreter (instead of Python).

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philipjameson commented Sep 28, 2018

Is there a timeline or anything for this? I have a few features I'd like to add, but it'd kind of suck if they were immediately obsoleted :)

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laurentlb commented Sep 28, 2018

@c-parsons has a prototype (see recent pull requests).
I would discourage you from doing any meaningful development on the Python code.

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philipjameson commented Sep 28, 2018

So looking through here: 1946693 does that mean that all development is going to instead be done in the bazel repo?

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c-parsons commented Oct 1, 2018

In the short/medium term, yes. Long term we want to move the source code / packages to the skydoc repository (or alternatively the Starlark repository)
..but there's still a lot of work to do to separate the source out from bazel packages.

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c-parsons commented Jan 3, 2019

We've announced launch of Stardoc on bazel-dev@googlegroups.com and updated the documentation in https://skydoc.bazel.build
We'll follow up to make a release announcement alongside a Bazel release, and then remove skydoc and its documentation.

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