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Steven Schmatz

02/06/2024, 3:57 PM
@Scout convert this command:
poetry run dagster dev -d ./src/taxwire -m flows
to its pyproject.toml equivalent in the
[tool.dagster]
section
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Scout

02/06/2024, 3:57 PM
The documentation does not provide a direct example of converting a
dagster dev
command with flags to a
pyproject.toml
configuration under the
[tool.dagster]
section. However, based on the general knowledge of how
pyproject.toml
works for Python projects and the purpose of the
dagster dev
command, I can guide you on how to approach this. The
dagster dev
command is typically used to start the Dagster development environment, including the Dagster Daemon and Dagit UI. The
-d
flag specifies the directory where your Dagster repository code is located, and the
-m
flag specifies the Python module to load. To specify the equivalent configuration in
pyproject.toml
, you would typically define the repository location and module within the
[tool.dagster]
section. However, since the documentation does not provide a specific example or format for this, I cannot give you an exact
pyproject.toml
configuration. If you need to set up your Dagster project using
pyproject.toml
, I would recommend looking for any specific guidance in the documentation regarding the
[tool.dagster]
section or reaching out to the Dagster community for more detailed assistance. Additionally, you can explore the
pyproject.toml
files in the official Dagster examples for any patterns that might be relevant to your use case. Using Dagster with dbt, part 2: Load dbt... button MultiPartition to SinglePartition is bro... button Thank you for your feedback!
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