A manager for containerised Cerise instances
Cerise Manager is a Python library for managing containerised Cerise instances. Using Cerise Manager, you can create, destroy, start and stop (specialised) Cerise instances running on your local machine. Cerise Manager is an extension of Cerise Client, so you can also submit jobs and manage those on the created services.
Cerise Manager is on PyPI, so you can just
` pip install cerise_manager `
possibly in a virtualenv or Conda environment, if you so desire. Cerise Manager supports Python 3.4 and up.
To install cerise_manager from GitHub, do:
git clone https://github.com/MD-Studio/cerise_manager.git cd cerise_manager pip install .
Run tests (including coverage) with:
python setup.py test
If you want to contribute to the development of Cerise Manager, have a look at the contribution guidelines.
Documentation should be put in the docs folder. The contents have been generated using sphinx-quickstart (Sphinx version 1.6.5).
We recommend writing the documentation using Restructured Text (reST) and Google style docstrings.
The documentation is set up with the Read the Docs Sphinx Theme.
Check out the configuration options.
To generate html documentation run python setup.py build_sphinx
This is configured in setup.cfg
Alternatively, run make html in the docs folder.
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