a-c-r should refuse to run if git has locally modified files
Added by Peter Amstutz 2 months ago.
Updated 2 months ago.
Users don't always commit their git repo before trying to run it, which makes the git tracking information less useful. It should refuse to run by default if "git status" is non-empty. Possibly with an option to override it.
- Description updated (diff)
- Subject changed from a-c-r refuse to run if git has locally modified files to a-c-r should refuse to run if git has locally modified files
arvados_cwl.executor.ArvCwlExecutor.arv_executor already starts by collecting Git status, then goes on to do command line validation. A check could be added in that section with all the information it needs.
It would be nice to specify an exit code for this situation but this function is just raising a plain Exception for all command line errors like this so we'll do the same here.
Propose to name the flag
- Target version changed from To be groomed to To be scheduled
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