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Apr 26, 2012, 9:42 AM
Post #2 of 2
write_changelogs is really important to a distro point of view because
we ship snapshots of trunk during our development cycle so informing
the users whats in the snapshot is really important.
On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 10:12:05 -0500
Monty Taylor <mordred [at] inaugust> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> Quick follow up from the summit on things that should happen in
> projects from the setup module of openstack common as I understand
> it. (to make sure we're all on the same page)
> There are currently 5 essential things in openstack.common.setup:
> that are being used to varying levels in the various projects. What
> should happen at this point is this:
> Should be in all of the client libraries and should be removed from
> all the not-client libraries. These are essential for pip
> installation of client libs (which is important) as they allow pip to
> follow the depends. The make things hard for non-client libs, as
> setuptools doesn't understand git urls, which we use in non-client
> lib pip-requires files.
> Should die everywhere. It was an attempt to record in our tarballs the
> state of what was actually tested ... but did not actually provide
> benefit to anyone - and the distros hate it.
> Should be added/used everywhere. When generate_authors is added, unit
> tests testing authors content should be removed.
> Is this how everyone else understood the outcome of conversations at
> the summit too?
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