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README.md

micro-launcher

Microservices launcher for .NET applications based on paket

wercker status

Getting started

  1. Clone repository
  2. Copy paket.dependencies.sample to paket.dependencies
  3. Replace sample dependencies with your services in paket.dependencies file
  4. Execute run.sh

Documentation

micro-launcher is based on [paket] (https://github.com/fsprojects/Paket) - package dependency manager for .NET and mono and its intent is to stay as minimal and plaform agnostic as possible (support *nix and Windows)

Arguments:

  • --exclude or -e to exclude service from running (example: ./run.sh --exclude hello-world-fsharp)
  • --include or -i to run specific services (example: ./run.sh --include hello-world-nodejs)
  • --parallel or -p to launch services in parallel (example: ./run.sh --parallel 10)

--include and --exclude are case-insensitive and support a comma-separated list

How it works

  1. Restores packages
  2. Iterates through packages and runs run.sh
  3. stop.sh stops service matching a pattern

paket.dependencies file is ignored so that this repo can be cloned and updated without overriding your local dependencies file

Making your service micro-launcher ready

Create run.sh script in root folder that is resposible for starting service. Here are few examples of starting an application:

start bin/*.exe # starting .net application from shell
start cmd //c run.bat
echo "Warm up application"
curl -vo nul http://localhost:8080/
# cat run.bat
# SET current_dir=%~dp0
# "C:\Program Files (x86)\IIS Express\iisexpress.exe" /path:"%current_dir:~0,-1%" /port:8080
powershell -ExecutionPolicy ByPass -File deploy.ps1

[hello-world] (https://github.com/uldissturms/hello-world) repo will contain various applications to demonstarate ways of starting a micro service

Tests

Written using bats testing framework, to run them locally execute: bats run.bats To run tests in CI like enviroment download wercker-cli and execute: wercker build locally

License

The MIT license

Maintainer(s)

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Open a pull request