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  4. devshell/
  5. emacs/
  6. fish/
  7. fxtest/
  8. fxutils/
  9. gce/
  10. git/
  11. gn/
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  13. jiri/
  14. lib/
  15. memory/
  16. mkinstaller/
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  19. prebuilts/
  20. rust/
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  29. versioning/
  30. vim/
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  37. BUILD.gn
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  39. build_id_conv_test.py
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  41. change_testability_review_analyzer.py
  42. collect_lines_to_tree.py
  43. colorize_logs
  44. compare_elf_sizes.py
  45. fd.py
  46. fetch-build-artifacts
  47. fidl_project_schema.json
  48. find_integration_revision.py
  49. flog
  50. fuchsia-vendored-python3.11
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  53. fx-env.sh
  54. fx-help.awk
  55. fx-reentry
  56. fx-wrapper
  57. generate-fidl-project.py
  58. generate-fidl-tags.py
  59. generate_cargo.py
  60. generate_gn_desc.py
  61. git_utils.py
  62. gn_to_cmake.py
  63. hermetic-env
  64. OWNERS
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  66. README.md
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  68. run-zircon-x86
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  71. sync-from-stem.py
scripts/README.md

Scripts

This repository is for scripts useful when working with the Fuchsia source code.

fx

fx is the front-door to a collection of scripts that make many tasks related to Fuchsia development easier. It contains a large number of subcommands, which can be discovered by running fx help. If you use bash or zsh as a shell, you can get some auto-completion for fx by sourcing scripts/fx-env.sh into your shell.

OWNERShip

Given the wide breadth of the code under //scripts and the project's desire to encourage more local ownership, there are intentionally no OWNERS of //scripts itself (only per-file entries). Rather, the addition of new subdirectories or top-level files is expected to fall back toward requiring an OWNERS override.