YAML to Bash
Sometimes I make reminds me how old I am, yash makes me feel like a baby again.
Install with pip install yash.
The yash command will print out the jobs it find. Pipe it to bash if you want to execute what it generates:
yash # lists jobs yash jobname # print a job in bash yash jobname | bash -eux # run a job in a local bash shell
It will look for jobs in a yash.yml file that you could write as such:
--- env: someglobal: foo --- name: example script: - myvar=x - some --super --long=$myvar line
Then you could see your generated bash with yaml example and execute it with yaml example | bash -eux or something.
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