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P. McNerneyBeginning Bazelhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5194-2_7

7. Code Organization and Bazel

P. J. McNerney1 
(1)
Blackhawk, CO, USA
 

Over the last several chapters, the examples kept all of the code in a single directory. While this was convenient for illustration purposes, this will not work in practice. Furthermore, the examples often broke from established directory and package patterns found (and even enforced) in certain languages (e.g., Java, Go, etc.). In this chapter, we will correct the organizational shortcomings of prior chapters and demonstrate the facilities Bazel provides for working within a hierarchical directory structure.

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The directory structure we create here will be used throughout the rest of the ...

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