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  1. A library and tool for generating .pex (Python EXecutable) files

    Python 2.2k 230

  2. The Pantsbuild developer workflow system

    Python 2.3k 489

  3. a-scie/jump Public

    A Self Contained Interpreted Executable Launcher

    Rust 3 2

  4. Help for setting up pants for your build.

    Python 11 27

  5. conscript Public

    Conscript console scripts in your own Swiss Army Knife.

    Python 2 1

  6. apache/aurora Public archive

    Apache Aurora - A Mesos framework for long-running services, cron jobs, and ad-hoc jobs

    Java 626 242

1,661 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to pantsbuild/pex, pantsbuild/pants, a-scie/jump and 32 other repositories

Contribution activity

November 2022

Created 4 repositories

Created a pull request in a-scie/jump that received 23 comments

Implement boot bindings support.

Now commands can depend on {boot.bindings.<binding name>} placeholders which are satisfied by boot bindings commands that are run exactly once. Thi…

+478 −265 23 comments
Reviewed 35 pull requests in 6 repositories
pantsbuild/pants 19 pull requests
pantsbuild/pex 8 pull requests
a-scie/jump 5 pull requests
a-scie/ptex 1 pull request
color/clr 1 pull request
pantsbuild/setup 1 pull request

Created an issue in a-scie/jump that received 2 comments

Support placeholders for files.

The idea is to extend placeholders from parameterizing commands to also parameterizing files. Like so: { "scie": { "lift": { "commands": { "exe": "{…

Started 4 discussions in 2 repositories

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