A template showing how to use Popper with validations. In this case, Popper helps ensure that validations are enable by returning GOLD as the status of a pipeline after executing popper run.
Popper implements the convention of treating every line written to stdout by the validate.sh as a validation result.
This script should print to standard output one line per validation, denoting whether a validation passed or not. In general, the form for validation results is [true|false] (see examples below).
[true] algorithm A outperforms B
[false] network throughput is 2x the IO bandwidth