cwltool.env_to_stdout

Python script that acts like (GNU coreutils) env -0.

When run as a script, it prints the the environment as (VARNAME=value0)*.

Ideally we would just use env -0, because python (thanks to PEPs 538 and 540) will set zero to two environment variables to better handle Unicode-locale interactions, however BSD family implementations of env do not all support the -0 flag so we supply this script that produces equivalent output.

Module Contents

Functions

deserialize_env(data)

Deserialize the output of env -0 to dictionary.

main()

Print the null-separated environment to stdout.

cwltool.env_to_stdout.deserialize_env(data)

Deserialize the output of env -0 to dictionary.

Parameters

data (str) –

Return type

Dict[str, str]

cwltool.env_to_stdout.main()

Print the null-separated environment to stdout.

Return type

None