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CAPS Command Line Interface

A repository to discuss, define and implement an approach for easily uploading models

Prerequisites

What things you need to install to run the software and how to install them

Python3

Installing

A step by step series of examples that tell you how to get a development env running

MacOS and Linux Guide for creating virtual environment

Create a python3 virtual environment from the parent directory of this project

python3 -m venv caps-cli-dev

Activate the python3 virtualenv

source caps-cli-dev/bin/activate

Windows Guide for creating virtual environment

Create a python3 virtual environment from the parent directory of this project

py -m venv caps-cli-dev

Activate the python3 virtualenv

.\caps-cli-dev\Scripts\activate

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Building the Project

Now navigate to the project folder (ModelCatalogInsertion)

cd ModelCatalogInsertion

Build the project

python3 setup.py install

Running the Project

Help functionality in the CLI

caps-cli --help

Use this command to configure username and password for the Model Catalog API

caps-cli configure --profile=<NAME_OF_PROFILE>

Use this command to know the details of each CLI function (options, arguments)

caps-cli <initialize, push, validate> --help

Run this command to test the template creation functionality (with 2 inputs, 3 outputs and 1 parameter)

caps-cli initialize -i 2 -o 3 -p 1

Running the above command will generate a yaml outline. By default this will create the outline in the current directory, use -d path/to/location to speciy a location. By default the yaml will be named example_yaml.yaml, user can also use -d fileName.yaml to name the output (note the user must specify .yaml after the name. Otherwise the program does not know if it is a directory or filename). By default this will not override an existing file if they share the same name. use flag -f to force override.

Run this command to transform the input YAML into a postable JSON object

caps-cli push --profile=<NAME_OF_PROFILE> <path_of_yaml_file_from_root_of_the_project>

Run this command to validate the JSON schema obtained by using the above command

caps-cli validate <path_of_json_file_from_root_of_the_project>

Use this command to deactivate the python virtual environment

deactivate

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