Pipeline Command Line Tool

The Command Line Interface is the most minimalist Pipeline distribution. It is basically deployed as a compressed archive (ZIP), and allows to run the Pipeline from a command line environment (the MS console, a shell terminal, called from a shell script, etc).

The basic command line parameters pattern is:

[-i] scriptfile --name=value...

-i
Print some information about scriptfile instead of running it.
scriptfile
The path to the scriptfile to run. The scripts are located in the scripts subdirectory of the Daisy Pipeline installation.
--name=value
Sets script parameter name to value. In order to be able to run a script, values for all required script parameters must be supplied. When running on Windows, the script parameters must be enclosed in double quotes like this: "--name=value".

See the download section for more information on how to get and install the Pipeline Command Line Tool.