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Command line wrapper to run a named Flask script inside a Gunicorn server

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Command line wrapper to run a named Flask script inside a Gunicorn server.

This project is used in ContainDS Dashboards, which is a user-friendly way to launch Jupyter notebooks as shareable dashboards inside JupyterHub. Also works with Streamlit and other visualization frameworks.

Install and Run

Install using pip.

pip install flask-gunicorn-cmd

The file to start is specified on the command line, for example:

flask-gunicorn-cmd ~/Dev/

By default the server will listen on port 8888, importing the Flask app named 'app', or locating the first app.Flask object that it can find otherwise.

To specify a different port, use the --port flag.

To explicitly specify the name of your Flask app, use the --server-name flag.

flask-gunicorn-cmd --server-name=app --port=8888 --workers=4 ~/Dev/

To run directly in python: python -m flask_gunicorn_cmd.main <rest of command line>


  • v0.0.6 Change CWD to script's folder, and also add that folder to the Python search path.

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