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Edidiong Etuk
@edeediong

I get

Error: Command 'run' doesn't exist. Type 'popper --help' for more.

The most similar commands are: run, version No module named 'pwd'

What could I be doing wrong?
Edidiong Etuk
@edeediong
So the thing is I'm using Windows, should I switch to Linux? Just tried it on a VM and it works perfectly.
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron
@edeediong on windows, you can use the WSL https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10
Popper doesn't work when executed directly on powershell or CMD
Edidiong Etuk
@edeediong
Thanks... Ama use the Linux Machine I used before
Aditya Prajapati
@Syn3rman
Hey,
I'm a junior year undergrad interested in contributing to popper under gsoc this year. What would be some good resources to get started?
Thanks!
Edidiong Etuk
@edeediong
welcome @Syn3rman . You can check https://github.com/uccross/uccross.github.io/blob/master/gsoc20.md#popper for Good First Issue. Then you either try to fix them or any other bugs. More info will be decimated in due time
Aditya Prajapati
@Syn3rman
Thanks! I'll familiarise myself with the code and start working on an issue asap :)
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron
thanks for your interest @Syn3rman , as @edeediong mentioned, we have a list of issues tagged with Good First Issue here: https://github.com/systemslab/popper/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3A%22good+first+issue%22
Jayesh Sharma
@wjayesh
Hello, I am a sophomore from IIT Bhubaneswar and love working on open source software and building communities. I am so pumped to have joined this channel and look forward to learning a lot from all of you folks! I have asked to be assigned to an issue so that I can quickly get to speed with working on Popper :)
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron
welcome @WJayesh ! thanks for your interest
Simon Worthington
@mrchristian
@ivotron Thanks for the presentation yesterday on the #elife open source community call, great stuff your doing here, I'll give it a spin
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
Hi everyone, I am getting mk_repo is not an attribute in utils module. Can anyone help me how to fix this I tried different ways but none worked.
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron

@ivotron Thanks for the presentation yesterday on the #elife open source community call, great stuff your doing here, I'll give it a spin

thanks a lot @mrchristian happy to help with any questions you might have

@vipulchhabra99 can you please provide a bit more context on the error you're observing?
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
@ivotron, Actually I am running unit-test cases and I am observing this error. This is probably due to the error of the utils module is not installed. I tried installing the popper again but still, that error remains the same and I tried various modules with a similar name but none worked.
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But I also think that since the last build of popper on Travis was successful. So It can be due to some other reasons.
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
Hi @ivotron , I tried the method being used in travis.yml .It worked, thanks for the help.
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
Hi @ivotron, I was going through the conversion of validating integration test but there are workflows that are not valid in HCL syntax since all the features are not currently available for YAML syntax that are present in HCL so should I convert it using .worflow file or .yml file?
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron
hi @vipulchhabra99 , yeah, testing those using HCL syntax is fine
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
ok, thanks @ivotron
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
Hi @ivotron, the parallel flag seems to have a missing implementation, is it removed?
Vipul Chhabra
@vipulchhabra99
similarly, the test for inject is also not working should I open issue for the same?
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron
hi @vipulchhabra99 , yeah, you can leave those out from the tests. Thanks a lot!
Ivo Jimenez
@ivotron
hi @/all just to let you know that we also have a slack workspace in addition to this gitter channel: https://join.slack.com/t/getpopper/shared_invite/zt-dtn0se2s-c50myMHNpeoikQXDeNbPew
bertbesser
@bertbesser
Hi everybody, recently I started using popper for private 'dockerized batch jobs'. Now I wonder if popper allows to define DAGs of steps (instead of just linear sequence), but I did not find any documentation that shows how or that clearly points out that it's not possible. Do you have pointers?
bertbesser
@bertbesser
Also, when implementing support for k8s, how will the concept of a workspace mount be changed in order to pass on intermediate results from one step to the next? Perhaps sth similar to Argo artifacts?
Thx.
Jayjeet Chakraborty
@heyjc:matrix.org
[m]
Hi Shun Kashiwa , Welcome !
Shun Kashiwa
@shun_kashiwa:matrix.org
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Thank you Jayjeet Chakraborty !