Simple support for sequential execution of scripts.
Simple command line tool to run scripts in a sequential manner, written in pure Python. Basically this script is a very primitive version of what tools like Jenkins do. If Jenkins seems like overkill for your needs or you have lots of manual steps interleaved in your automated process, chances are you might find this script useful.
Here a small example of of how to use it in an interpreter session:
>>> from stages import Runner >>> runner = Runner("config_file", heading="Example run") >>> runner.run()
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