Commit 03eda6d7 authored by Justin Reid's avatar Justin Reid
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## Useage
```bash
ncmltransform.py --in_netcdf <nc_file_path> --xsl_file <xsl_file_path> [--out_path <out_path>, default=user's home]
```
## Build Steps
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steps are as follows:
1. Clone this repository from GitLab
2. Optional but recommended. Setup a virtualenv by using the command "virtualenv --system-site-packages <venv_name>".
This creates a virtualenv directory named <venv_name> and from there use the source utility by giving the command
"source <path to venv_name>/bin/activate. This activates the virtualenv and makes you able to install python modules
2. Optional but recommended. Setup a virtualenv by using the command `virtualenv --system-site-packages <venv_name>`.
This creates a virtualenv directory named `<venv_name>` and from there use the source utility by giving the command
source `<path to venv_name>/bin/activate`. This activates the virtualenv and makes you able to install python modules
in your own user account without affecting the global environment, or requiring root privileges."
3. run "python setup.py nosetests --all-modules". This runs the unit testing suite and sees if there are any issues.
4. run "setup.py install" to install the utility. The utility can now be called from the command line without the need
3. run `python setup.py nosetests --all-modules`. This runs the unit testing suite and sees if there are any issues.
4. run `setup.py install" to install the utility`. The utility can now be called from the command line without the need
to type "python", but the .py extension will still be there
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