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Report on the tools used in your software pipeline.

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Report on the tools used in your software pipeline.


``toolaudit`` provides a way of monitoring a collection of software
programs for version changes and is also able test functionality. It
written to assist with the auditing of software pipelines in
neuroscience research.


``toolaudit`` uses `YAML <>`_ to describe software
collections. A simple example of one of these descriptions is:


- name: cat
path: /bin/cat
name: command_line
option: --version
regex: "^cat\\s\\(GNU\\scoreutils\\)\\s([0-9\\.]*)$"
name: stdout
command: "{exe} {file1} {file2}"
file1: foo.txt
file2: bar.txt

A simple invocation of toolaudit is: ``bash $ toolaudit example.yaml``

For the above example this would return:


- checksum: 9c3bb3efa8095f36aafd9bf3a698efe439505021
name: cat
output_checksum: 533fbb1dc1a426ecf19af2f8e4f01c59491e6f8f
path: /bin/cat
reader: {name: command_line, option: --version, regex: '^cat\s\(GNU\scoreutils\)\s([0-9\.]*)$'}
command: '{exe} {file1} {file2}'
inputs: {file1: foo.txt, file2: bar.txt}
name: stdout
version: '8.4'

The checksum is a SHA1 hash of the file identified at *path*. The output
checksum is a SHA1 hash of the what was printed to stdout.


Full documentation is at:
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``toolaudit`` is licensed under `The MIT
License <>`_.

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