The first thing to do once in the
getting-started directory is to initialize
a new Holium project on our file system with the dedicated command in the CLI.
$ holium init --no-dvcInitializing a repository without data version control may lead to commit large files.Consider using DVC : https://dvc.org/ To track changes in the Holium project, run : git add .holium Initialized Holium repository.
This command creates a
.holium folder that contains all the files related to your
Holium project. To refer to the structure of a Holium project see here.
By adding that folder to version control we will ease the process of sharing our transformation pipeline.
$ git add .holium $ git commit -m "Holium init"[main (root-commit) 53f9041] Holium init
We are now ready to build our first pipeline.