In a Linux/AMD64 or Windows 64 environment¶
Standalone executables for 64-bit Linux and Windows are available,
pyinstaller_build/plaforms. These executables bundle python
so you don’t need to have python installed on your machine. They also bundle
all optional library dependencies so you can fetch secrets from AWS
Secrets Manager and extract them with jsonpath-ng, for example.
On a debian buster machine, the following packages (with known supported versions) must be installed:
openssl=1.1.1d-0+deb10u5 libexpat1=2.2.6-2+deb10u1 ca-certificates=20200601~deb10u2
See the example Dockerfile for a known working environment.
When python is available¶
The package is published on PyPI
and can be installed with
pip (or any equivalent):
pip install cloudreactor-procwrapper
Fetching secrets from AWS Secrets Manager requires that boto3 is available to import in your python environment.
JSON Path transformation of environment variables requires that jsonpath-ng be available to import in your python environment.
You can get the tested versions of both dependencies in proc_wrapper-requirements.in (suitable for use by https://github.com/jazzband/pip-tools/) or the resolved requirements in proc_wrapper-requirements.txt.