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Singularity Global Client

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Hi Friends! Are your containers lonely? Singularity containers thrive in happiness when they are shared. This means that wherever you might have them in these cloudy places, they are easy to find and move around.

What is this?

Singularity Global Client is an interface to interact with Singularity containers in many different storage locations. We are able to use modern APIs by way of providing and using the software within a Singularity container! For older architectures, we provide a Singularity container for you to use instead. You can build it from this repository, or use the provided container on Singularity Hub.

If used for the Singularity Registry client, Python 3 is required. See our installation guide to get started. For more details, please refer to our documentation.

Installation instructions

With pip:

pip install sregistry[all]

With conda:

conda install -c conda-forge sregistry

More detailed instructions can be found here

Python Versions Under 3

If you are looking for a version that works with Python 2.* see this branch, or all releases / branches prior to 0.2.0.

Building the RPM

The file sregistry-cli.spec is provided to build an rpm for a specified version, typcailly the current release on pypi, and was discussed here. You should do the following:

  1. Update the version to be the current in pypi specified in sregistry/version.py.
Version:        0.0.89
  1. Create a new release on Github with the version spec file added.
  2. Download the .tar.gz file from the release
VERSION=0.0.92
wget https://github.com/singularityhub/sregistry-cli/archive/sregistry-cli-${VERSION}.tar.gz
  1. Use rpmbuild to build it.
rpmbuild -ta sregistry-cli-$VERSION.tar.gz

You should get an srpm which that can be distributed and anyone can be rebuilt:

rpmbuild --rebuild sregistry-cli.srpm

License

This code is licensed under the MPL 2.0 LICENSE.

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