The following files are created when you create an nstack module using:
$ nstack init <stack>
nstack.yaml file describes the configuration of your nstack module. It has several required fields that describe the project and let you control the packaging of your module.
# Module name name: MyModule # The language stack to use stack: python # Parent Image parent: NStack.Python:0.24.0 api: | numChars : Text -> Integer # (Optional) System-level packages needed packages:  # (Optional) Commands to run when building the module (Bash-compatible) commands:  # (Optional) Files/Dir to copy across into the module (can use regex/glob syntax) files: 
The name of the module. This is created by nstack init and uses the name of the current directory by default.
The base language stack to use when creating an image. Currently we support:
The base-image your module builds from. This is typically generated by default when you create a module, but can be specified to include custom base-images which include standardised packages.
The API which defines which functions you want to expose, and their input and output schemas. Please see Workflow Language for more details.
A list of files and directories within the project directory to include and bundle in alongside the image.
A list of operating systems packages your module requires. These can be any packages installable via
dnf on RHEL or Fedora.