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$4); or keep the
inputBindingand drop the
I am using:
arguments: [ -c, sevenbridges, -q, $(inputs.sqlStatement) ]
--mount=type=bind,source=/private/tmp/docker_tmpioxvy1rg,target=/WXCNAB \ --mount=type=bind,source=/private/tmp/docker_tmpimf66_tj,target=/tmp \ --workdir=/WXCNAB \ --read-only=true \ --user=501:20 \
I have only:
arguments: [ -c, sevenbridges, -o, log_level=DEBUG, -q, $(inputs.sqlStatement) ]
All versions of CWL
Use of implicit ENTRYPOINT or CMD are discouraged due to reproducibility concerns of the implicit hidden execution point (For further discussion, see https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.15140.1).
arguments: [run, -i, --rm, sbg-snowflake, -c, sevenbridges, -q, $(inputs.sqlStatement)]
common-workflow-languageproject, nor submit branches to the
cwl-1.2.1repository anymore (did both this week, pushed a branch to 1.2.1 last night).
kinow@ranma:~/Development/java/workspace/cwlviewer$ git push -u upstream update-dependencies ERROR: Permission to common-workflow-language/cwlviewer.git denied to kinow. ...
that looks good - but, can I take files that pre-exist in a docker container, rather than passing them into the workflow as an input, and use them in my workflow?
This is the expression tool I'm working on: https://github.com/UoMResearchIT/wrf_emep_cwl_workflow/blob/master/cwl/create_run_dir.cwl - the directory I'm interested in is
/usr/local/WRF/run, which is included with the software as a template running directory
CommandLineToolthat copies the files you want into the current working directory (
globthem up like any other outputs