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PlatformInfo

Provides access to data about a specific platform. Note: This API is experimental and may change at any time. It is disabled by default, but may be enabled with --experimental_platform_api

constraints

ConstraintCollection PlatformInfo.constraints

Experimental. This API is experimental and may change at any time. Please do not depend on it. It may be enabled on an experimental basis by setting --experimental_platform_api
The ConstraintValueInfo instances that define this platform.

label

Label PlatformInfo.label

Experimental. This API is experimental and may change at any time. Please do not depend on it. It may be enabled on an experimental basis by setting --experimental_platform_api
The label of the target that created this platform.

remoteExecutionProperties

string PlatformInfo.remoteExecutionProperties

Experimental. This API is experimental and may change at any time. Please do not depend on it. It may be enabled on an experimental basis by setting --experimental_platform_api
Properties that are available for the use of remote execution.

to_json

string PlatformInfo.to_json()

Creates a JSON string from the struct parameter. This method only works if all struct elements (recursively) are strings, ints, booleans, other structs, a list of these types or a dictionary with string keys and values of these types. Quotes and new lines in strings are escaped. Examples:
struct(key=123).to_json()
# {"key":123}

struct(key=True).to_json()
# {"key":true}

struct(key=[1, 2, 3]).to_json()
# {"key":[1,2,3]}

struct(key='text').to_json()
# {"key":"text"}

struct(key=struct(inner_key='text')).to_json()
# {"key":{"inner_key":"text"}}

struct(key=[struct(inner_key=1), struct(inner_key=2)]).to_json()
# {"key":[{"inner_key":1},{"inner_key":2}]}

struct(key=struct(inner_key=struct(inner_inner_key='text'))).to_json()
# {"key":{"inner_key":{"inner_inner_key":"text"}}}

to_proto

string PlatformInfo.to_proto()

Creates a text message from the struct parameter. This method only works if all struct elements (recursively) are strings, ints, booleans, other structs or a list of these types. Quotes and new lines in strings are escaped. Keys are iterated in the sorted order. Examples:
struct(key=123).to_proto()
# key: 123

struct(key=True).to_proto()
# key: true

struct(key=[1, 2, 3]).to_proto()
# key: 1
# key: 2
# key: 3

struct(key='text').to_proto()
# key: "text"

struct(key=struct(inner_key='text')).to_proto()
# key {
#   inner_key: "text"
# }

struct(key=[struct(inner_key=1), struct(inner_key=2)]).to_proto()
# key {
#   inner_key: 1
# }
# key {
#   inner_key: 2
# }

struct(key=struct(inner_key=struct(inner_inner_key='text'))).to_proto()
# key {
#    inner_key {
#     inner_inner_key: "text"
#   }
# }