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...

Print some information about scriptfile instead of running it.
The path to the scriptfile to run. The scripts are located in the scripts subdirectory of the Daisy Pipeline installation.
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.