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Re: [Condor-users] inspiration for DAGMan syntax

Hello Ken,

What is the URL for the gittrac wiki? I would like to follow this
ticket because I am interested in this feature too. And I would like
to make sure this feature is well documented :-)

On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 10:56 AM, R. Kent Wenger <wenger@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Apr 2010, Ian Stokes-Rees wrote:
>> ...
>> I could reduce my DAG file by 20k lines (well, 20k - 2) if it were
>> possible to do:
>> RETRY       * 7
>> SCRIPT POST * ./process_output $JOB $JOBID
>> and DAGMan would notice that the node name contained a regular
>> expression and then apply the statement to all DAG nodes it matched.
>> There would, of course, be some subtle implementation details to work
>> out (ordering/precedence of statements, interaction with other RE or
>> non-RE statements, etc.), but I could imagine that something basic could
>> be achieved without a huge amount of work.
> Yes, this sounds like a good idea.  I've created a ticket for it in our
> gittrac wiki.  We had thought about doing something similar in relation to
> splices, but there's no reason this shouldn't apply to DAG nodes in general.
> Kent Wenger
> Condor Team
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