spurs is a library for executing commands remotely over SSH. I created it in an effort to
automate setup and experimentation on a cluster of machines.
spurs prioritizes ergonomics over performance. It is not a high-performance way of getting
stuff done in a cluster.
spurs takes heavy inspiration from the python
spur.py library, which is amazing. At some point,
though, my scripts were so big that python was getting in my way, so I created
spurs to allow
me to build my cluster setup/experiments scripts/framework in rust, with much greater
productivity and refactorability.
A useful macro that allows creating commands with format strings and arguments.
Represents a connection via SSH to a particular source.
A handle for a spawned remote command.
An error type representing things that could possibly go wrong when using an SshShell.
A trait representing types that can run an