Jobs and workflow jobs for Ert.
Semeio is a collection of jobs and workflow jobs used in ERT. These are exposing end points which is considered the API of semeio. If there are submodules that can be applied more generally, or have use outside these jobs and workflows, please create an issue and it can be exposed in the API.
Installation and usage
Semeio is available on pypi and can be installed using
pip install semeio.
# Install pip install semeio
Once installed semeio will automatically register its workflows and forward model jobs with ERT. Through the plugin hooks it will also add its own documentation to the ERT documentation. See the ERT documentation for examples on how to run workflows and forward model jobs, and build the ERT documentation to get documentation for the workflows and forward model jobs.
tox is used as the test facilitator, to run the full test suite:
# Test pip install tox tox
or to run it for a particular Python version (in this case Python 3.7):
# Test pip install tox tox -e py37
or to run it for a the current Python version:
# Test pip install tox tox -e py
pytest is used as the test runner, so for quicker iteration it is possible to run:
# Test pytest
this requires that the test dependencies from
test_requirements.txt are installed.
# Install test requirements pip install -r test_requirements.txt
pre-commit is used to comply with the formatting standards. The complete formatting tests can be run with:
pip install tox tox -e style
Formatting tests include
.pre-commit-config.yaml for the
pre-commit can also provide git hooks to run on every commit to avoid commiting with formatting errors. This will only run on the diff so is quite fast. To configure this, run:
pip install -r test_requirements.txt pip install pre-commit pre-commit install
After this the hook will run on every commit.
If you would like to remove the hooks, run:
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