Part of the Puccini project.
This is a work in progress.
At this time only Linux x86_64 platforms are supported. We will update this page as more platforms are added. In most cases this should work:
pip install puccini
If you are using Python 3.9 on most Linuxes then you will get our pre-built binaries when installing.
For other environments, Puccini will be built from source. Though Puccini is written
in Go, you do not need Go tooling installed, as it will be downloaded on-demand by
our installer. The only requirement is that your operating system have the
import sys, puccini.tosca, ard try: clout = puccini.tosca.compile('/path/to/my-tosca-service.csar') # can also be a URL ard.write(clout, sys.stdout) except puccini.tosca.Problems as e: print('Problems:', file=sys.stderr) for problem in e.problems: ard.write(problem, sys.stderr)
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