I heard about wordwrangler in this video
To install this app locally it is pretty straighforward, as you only need to run
sudo apt-get install wordgrinder
and works out of the box
On Bridges-2 is a little different, since we do not have privileges to install software.
So in order to do this, I will install wordwrangle in a Singularity.
Wait, isn’t this an overkill?
Then again, I really like containers.
Since the installation is pretty-straightforward, the Singularity recipe is easy as well.
(base) ➜ 0.8 cat Singularity Bootstrap: docker From: debian:buster %labels MAINTAINER icaoberg EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org SUPPORT email@example.com REPOSITORY http://gitub.com/pscedu/singularity-wordgrinder COPYRIGHT Copyright © 2023 Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center. All Rights Reserved. VERSION 0.8 %post apt update apt install -y wordgrinder
For simplicity, I created a repo with the recipe and scripts to build this container remotely and locally.
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List of Singularity containers
I added this recipe to the list of utilities of containers I maintain at PSC.