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BST SHELL(1)		       bst shell Manual			  BST SHELL(1)

NAME
       bst-shell - Shell into an element's sandbox environment

SYNOPSIS
       bst shell [OPTIONS] ELEMENT [COMMAND]...

DESCRIPTION
       Run a command in	the target element's sandbox environment

       This will stage a temporary sysroot for running the target element, as-
       suming it has already been built	and all	required artifacts are in  the
       local cache.

       Use  the	 --build option	to create a temporary sysroot for building the
       element instead.

       Use the --sysroot option	with an	existing  failed  build	 directory  or
       with  a	checkout  of the given target, in order	to use a specific sys-
       root.

       If no COMMAND is	specified, the default is to attempt to	run an	inter-
       active shell.

OPTIONS
       -b, --build
	      Stage dependencies and sources to	build

       -s, --sysroot DIRECTORY
	      An existing sysroot

       --mount HOSTPATH	PATH
	      Mount a file or directory	into the sandbox

       --isolate
	      Create an	isolated build sandbox

				  06-Aug-2018			  BST SHELL(1)

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