Execute a directory of python code following the definition order.
Given a directory structure that looks like such:
myscripts/ 1-init.gd 2-run/ 1-stuff-a.gd 2-stuff-b.gd 3-finish.gd
GoDo will traverse through this directory running tasks defined in each file.
Tasks are defined as a function decorated with a
@task decorator. Tasks
defined in a file will be executed in the order in which they are defined.
Any file ending in .gd will be read and evaluated as a Python source file. Any
function that is decorated by a the
@task decorator will be added to the
list of tasks to execute.
import os @task def first_task(): print "Yay going and doing stuff!" @task def second_task(cfg): print "A config option: %s" % cfg["whee"]
Tasks are executed from the same directory where the file that defines them is located.
Complete task file API:
@task- Decorate a function so that it will be executed.
cd(path)- Used in
withstatements to change the working directory.
run(cmd)- Run a shell command checking the return code.
sudo(cmd)- Prepends a command with sudo. Probably won't work if you don't use passwordless sudo. Obviously, that should be fixed.
By default, GoDo will look in the base execution directory for a
file. (The base execution directory is
./ unless specified on the command
line). Alternatively you can specify a path. If a config file is found it is
evaluated and passed as a dictionary to any task function that takes an