Nektos Act - Run your GitHub Actions locally

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Nektos Act helps to run your GitHub Actions locally. ather than having to commit/push every time you want to test out the changes you are making to your .github/workflows/ files (or for any changes to embedded GitHub actions), you can use act to run the actions locally. The environment variables and filesystem are all configured to match what GitHub provide. With act, you can use the GitHub Actions defined in your .github/workflows/ to replace your Makefile!

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