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BuildBuddy CLI

Take BuildBuddy to the command line — built on top of Bazelisk with support for plugins, authentication, flaky network conditions, and so much more.
curl -fsSL install.buildbuddy.io | bash
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siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow$

Command line compatible with Bazel

Just like with Bazelisk, you can simply alias bazel=bb and keep using bazel the way you normally would. It's also written in go, fully open source, and MIT licensed.
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow$

Slow network?
No network?
No problem!

BuildBuddy CLI routes your BuildBuddy requests through a local proxy, so you never have to wait for slow uploads and flaky network conditions will never fail or slow down your builds.
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow$

Powerful Plugins

Dead simple to write, even easier to install, use and share.
bb install buildbuddy-io/plugins@v0.0.14:open-invocation
See plugin libraryView docs
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow$

Super Simple Auth

No more fiddling with certs or headers. Login to BuildBuddy with a single command that authenticates all of your remote requests.
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow$

Bring your whole project onboard

If you're already using Bazelisk, just add one line to your .bazelversion file and you're off to the races!
echo "$(echo "buildbuddy-io/0.1.0"; cat .bazelversion)" > .bazelversion
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow
siggi@lunchbox: ~/tensorflow$

Build better today.

View the installation docs