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A manager for containerized executables

Project description

Bulker

Bulker is a command-line manager of containerized executables. It produces drop-in replacements to command line tools so that they can be run in a container without any additional user effort. It also will manage collections of tools that can be activated or deactivated.

Example

1 Install bulker


::

   pip install --user bulker

2 Load a crate
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A bulker crate is a collection of executables that run inside
containers. To load a bulker crate, you need a manifest, which lists the
commands and images included in this crate. Use ``demo_manifest.txt``
for example:

::

   bulker load -m https://raw.githubusercontent.com/databio/bulker/master/demo/demo_manifest.yaml

Loading this crate will give you drop-in replacement command-line
executables for any commands in the manifest.

3 Activate your new crate:

Activate a crate with bulker activate:

::

bulker activate demo

Now run any executables in the crate as if they were installed natively:

::

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