bistro is an OCaml library to build and run
computations represented by a collection of interdependent scripts, as
is often found in applied research (especially computational
build complex and composable workflows declaratively
simple and lightweight wrapping of new components
resume-on-failure: if something fails, fix it and the workflow will
restart from where it stopped
distributed workflow execution
development-friendly: when a script is modified, bistro
automatically finds out what needs to be recomputed
automatic naming of generated files
static typing: detect file format errors at compile time!
The library provides a datatype to represent scripts (including
metadata and dependencies), an engine to run workflows and a
standard library providing components for popular tools (although
mostly related to computational biology and unix for now).
Questions, suggestions or contributions are welcome, please file an
issue as needed.
opam install bistro
to install the library, or:
opam pin add -y bistro --dev-repo
to get the current development version.
>= "113.24.00" & < "v0.13"
>= "v0.12.0" & < "v0.13"