dx-toolkit) includes the
dxcommand-line client, tools for building and debugging apps, other utilities for working with DNA data on the DNAnexus platform, and Python, Java, C++ and R bindings for working with the DNAnexus platform.
dxcommand-line tool and the
dx-toolkitto a proxy, please set the
HTTP_PROXYenvironment variable to something like
HTTPS_PROXYis also supported.
dx-toolkituses certificates installed on the system to create secure connections. If your system requires an additional TLS certificate and the
dx-toolkitdoesn't appear to be using a certificate installed on your system, there are two options in order of preference. First, set the
DX_CA_CERTenvironment variable to the path of the PEM-encoded TLS certificate file required by your parent organization. You can also connect insecurely by avoiding certificate verification all together by setting
dxcommand, which will be supported until March 1, 2021.
zshon MacOS, please update your
~/.zshrcfile as follows
dx-toolkit*.exeto start the installation. Systems with Windows Defender enabled may present a warning before launching the dx-toolkit installer. If you see this warning window, click "More Info", and choose "Run Anyway". The sources for the Windows installer are here.
dx upgradewithout any arguments will upgrade your DNAnexus SDK to the most recent version. Alternatively, you can provide
dx upgradewith a version of the DNAnexus SDK that you would prefer to have installed on your local system.
dxcommand-line tool is installed and initialized with