> Basically, it sets the global default. And th...
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Basically, it sets the global default. And that also impacts fmt, lint, etc.
Sg. So then does it make sense to add the
field for those goals? I don't think it's any extra work to get Docker working with
etc Only tricky part is this I think
Unlike the resolve field, we do not consider the environment of dependencies. We only base the environment on the "root" target. This dramatically simplifies the user experience because you don't need to make sure your transitive closure is compatible.
• One complication is batched runs, like fmt, lint, and check. A batch must happen in the same environment, by definition. So we will need to partition.
So, we could start with you having to change the global default to get those goals using Docker or RE