How Pants uses Pex to run Python subprocesses.
--pex-executable-search-paths="[<binary-paths>, <binary-paths>, ...]"
[ "<PATH>" ]
The PATH value that will be used by the PEX subprocess and any subprocesses it spawns. The special string "<PATH>" will expand to the contents of the PATH env var.
--pex-bootstrap-interpreter-names="[<bootstrap-python-names>, <bootstrap-python-names>, ...]"
[ "python", "python3", "python2" ]
The names of Python binaries to search for to bootstrap PEX files with. This does not impact which Python interpreter is used to run your code, only what is used to run the PEX tool. See the `interpreter_search_paths` option in `[python-setup]` to influence where interpreters are searched for.
Set the verbosity level of PEX logging, from 0 (no logging) up to 9 (max logging).
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