|0.2.1||Jul 16, 2023|
|0.2.0||Jul 15, 2023|
|0.1.0||Jun 10, 2023|
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Buckle is a launcher for Buck2. It manages Buck2 on a per-project basis. This enables a project or team to do seamless upgrades of their build system tooling.
It is designed to be minimally intrusive. Buckle only manages fetching Buck2 and enforcing the prelude is upgraded in sync.
There are multiple ways to install the
There are prebuilts available for Linux, Windows, and MacOS hosted on GitHub.
curl --proto '=https' --tlsv1.2 -LsSf https://github.com/benbrittain/buckle/releases/download/v0.2.0/buckle-installer.sh | sh
Building from source
cargo install buckle
How To Use
The most basic thing Buckle does is invoke the
buck2 binary. Use it as follows:
buckle build //...
By default, all of the above installation methods install the binary as
buckle. You may also wish to add an alias to your shell:
This will prevent you from accidently using the incorrect Buck2 version.
Specifying a Buck2 version
.buckversion file is what allows you to pin your buck2 installation for all downstream users. Put it in the root of the Buck2 project.
latest or the release date in format YYYY-MM-DDD. buck2 releases
buckle supports an environment variable that can override the
USE_BUCK2_VERSION=latest buckle //...
buck2 will likely not be syncronized with the standard prelude anymore. Buckle will notify in this scenario what prelude is expected and how to upgrade.
There are reasonable scenarios where someone actively working on the build system might be carrying a patch on the standard
buck2 prelude. To disable the Buckle warnings of the mismatch:
Changing the installation directory
Buckle stores the
buck2 binary in a different place dependent on the OS.
you may also specify an override with the
BUCKLE_CACHE environment variable.