Takes the drudgery out of bind-mounting volumes on Docker and Singularity
Takes the drudgery out of binding volumes on Docker and (soon) Singularity
bindit is a wrapper for container runners that makes it easy to handle file input and output for containerised command-line applications. It works by detecting file paths in the container image arguments, and rebasing these as necessary onto new bind mounts. See docs for full detail, but here is the high-level API:
Usage: bindit [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... bindit is a wrapper for container runners that makes it easy to handle file input and output for containerized command-line applications. It works by detecting file paths in the container image arguments, and rebasing these as necessary onto new bind mounts. Options: -i, --ignorepath PATH path(s) on the host to ignore when detecting new bind mounts. Typical linux binary locations (/usr/bin etc) are included on this list by default. -a, --absonly Only rebase absolute paths. -d, --dryrun Return formatted shell command without invoking container runner -l, --loglevel TEXT Logging level [default: INFO] --help Show this message and exit. Commands: docker
Usage: bindit_partial [OPTIONS] SCRIPT_ARG... bindit_partial constructs a shell script wrapper for bindit (or your container runner directly) that can be used as a command line interface for the container. It works a bit like functools.partial in the standard library - you can offload some default parameters (e.g. for volume binds mounts) to the script in order to obtain a cleaner API for the container. For main documentation, see bindit. Options: --output_file TEXT Output to file instead of standard out --shebang TEXT Shell interpreter directive [default: #!/bin/bash] --vararg_pattern TEXT vararg pattern (try "$argv" for csh/tcsh) [default: "$@"] --help Show this message and exit. Usage: bindit_partial [OPTIONS] SCRIPT_ARG...
- Free software: MIT license
- Documentation: https://bindit.readthedocs.io
- Pull requests are welcome!
- Patch –version argument for standalone installs.
- Handle missing docker binary more gracefully to support e.g. dryrun mode on machines without docker installed (and eventually, singularity).
- New bindit_partial utility for generating command-line wrapper scripts
- Tests improved, bugs squashed (0.1.0 was easy to break, this release is much more robust
- Comprehensive documentation with reasonable docstrings
- First release on PyPI.
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