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Gunther Hagleitner updated PIG-574: ----------------------------------- Attachment: run_command_params_021109.patch Good point. I felt it was a little strange to specify "-param" on the grunt shell, but it is easier to remember if your using it outside the shell already. So, this patch does the same as the last one, but the syntax is: run myscript.pig -param LIMIT=5 -param FILE=/foo/bar.txt -param_file myparams.ppf > run command for grunt > --------------------- > > Key: PIG-574 > URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PIG-574 > Project: Pig > Issue Type: New Feature > Components: grunt > Reporter: David Ciemiewicz > Priority: Minor > Attachments: run_command.patch, run_command_params.patch, > run_command_params_021109.patch > > > This is a request for a "run file" command in grunt which will read a script > from the local file system and execute the script interactively while in the > grunt shell. > One of the things that slows down iterative development of large, complicated > Pig scripts that must operate on hadoop fs data is that the edit, run, debug > cycle is slow because I must wait to allocate a Hadoop-on-Demand (hod) > cluster for each iteration. I would prefer not to preallocate a cluster of > nodes (though I could). > Instead, I'd like to have one window open and edit my Pig script using vim or > emacs, write it, and then type "run myscript.pig" at the grunt shell until I > get things right. > I'm used to doing similar things with Oracle, MySQL, and R. -- This message is automatically generated by JIRA. - You can reply to this email to add a comment to the issue online.