It comes up fairly often that code that uses butler would like to be able to get the root of the butler’s repository. This worked in “old” butler because it used only one repository.
New(er) butler has the ability to manage multiple repositories, which introduces the possibility of multiple roots. Do we want to add a getter to butler to get a list of repository roots?
In all the current use cases the length of the list would be 1, and scripts that assume a single repo can (should?) assert if the list is not exactly 1 item long.