bazel_aws_credentials VS rules_python

Compare bazel_aws_credentials vs rules_python and see what are their differences.

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bazel_aws_credentials rules_python
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0 341
- 4.7%
0.3 8.7
over 1 year ago 2 days ago
Starlark Starlark
- Apache License 2.0
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bazel_aws_credentials

Posts with mentions or reviews of bazel_aws_credentials. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

rules_python

Posts with mentions or reviews of rules_python. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-04-07.
  • Advantages of Monorepos
    6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Apr 2022
    I have personally run converted build systems to Bazel, and use it for personal projects as well.

    Bazel 1.0 was released in October 2019. If you were using it "a few years ago", I'm guessing you were using a pre-1.0 version. There's not some cutoff where Bazel magically got easy to use, and I still wouldn't describe it as "easy", but the problem it solves is hard to solve well, and the community support for Bazel has gotten a lot better over the past years.

    https://github.com/bazelbuild/rules_python

    The difficulty and complexity of using Bazel is highly variable. I've seen some projects where using Bazel is just super simple and easy, and some projects where using Bazel required a massive effort (custom toolchains and the like).

  • Experimentations on Bazel: Python & FastAPI (1)
    5 projects | dev.to | 18 Apr 2021
    load("@bazel_tools//tools/build_defs/repo:http.bzl", "http_archive") #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # Python #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # enable python rules http_archive( name = "rules_python", url = "https://github.com/bazelbuild/rules_python/releases/download/0.2.0/rules_python-0.2.0.tar.gz", sha256 = "778197e26c5fbeb07ac2a2c5ae405b30f6cb7ad1f5510ea6fdac03bded96cc6f", )

What are some alternatives?

When comparing bazel_aws_credentials and rules_python you can also consider the following projects:

uwsgi-nginx-flask-docker - Docker image with uWSGI and Nginx for Flask applications in Python running in a single container. Optionally with Alpine Linux.

python-streams - A Library to support Writing concise functional code in python

rules_pyenv - Bazel rules for pyenv (simple python version management)

bazel-skylib - Common useful functions and rules for Bazel

dbx_build_tools - Dropbox's Bazel rules and tools

catwiki - CatWiki is a simple wiki that stores its articles as text files

bazel-coverage-report-renderer - Haskell rules for Bazel.

django-wiki - A wiki system with complex functionality for simple integration and a superb interface. Store your knowledge with style: Use django models.

pyparsing - Python library for creating PEG parsers [Moved to: https://github.com/pyparsing/pyparsing]