Automaat can help you automate mundane and repeated tasks in a flexible way.
Its goal is to provide a simplified, user-friendly, and highly-customisable interface that combines "customer support" software, job schedulers and ad-hoc shell scripts you might currently be using at your organisation.
Automaat consists of several core crates:
automaat-core(this one) – Provides the basic building blocks for the functionality of the other crates.
automaat-server– A server application, with an API to run processors, and persistent storage.
automaat-web-client– A WebAssembly-based application to interact with the server, and run processors.
There are also serveral existing processor implementations, each in their own crate:
automaat-processor-git-clone– Clone any Git repository to the processor workspace.
automaat-processor-shell-command][ps] – Execute a shell command.
automaat-processor-redis-command– Execute a Redis command.
automaat-processor-string-regex– Match (and replace) a string.
automaat-processor-print-output– Return a pre-defined string.
automaat-server crate, you can combine multiple processors into
Pipeline, combined with a set of runtime
Variables, to create
easy-to-use workflows to perform a specific task.
automaat-core, provides the main
Processor trait to create
new processors, and run them.
It also provides access to the
Context object, to share state between
multiple processors in a single run.
If you want to write your own processor, be sure to check out the
documentation of the
Represents all the ways that a
The main trait to implement when creating a new Automaat processor.