Cylc provides compound commands which carry out more than one workflow action. For example Cylc provides a command to validate, install and play a workflow.
Compound commands make common ways of working easier.
cylc command --help to get help for each compound command,
including a full list of available options.
cylc vip (Validate, Install and Play)
cylc vip /home/me/cylc-src/my-workflow is the same as running:
$ cylc validate /home/me/cylc-src/my-workflow $ cylc install /home/me/cylc-src/my-workflow INSTALLED my-workflow/run1 from /home/me/cylc-src/my-workflow $ cylc play my-workflow
cylc vr (Validate, Reinstall and Reload or Play)
cylc vr my-workflow is the same as running:
# Check that the changes you want to # make will be valid after installation: $ cylc validate my-workflow --against-source $ cylc reinstall my-workflow # If workflow is running: $ cylc reload my-workflow # If workflow is stopped: $ cylc play my-workflow