[openstack-dev] oslo library version summary

Monty Taylor mordred at inaugust.com
Mon Dec 17 07:18:16 UTC 2012

Yes, pypi is the defacto source, and yes it will go to pypi.
Essentially, it will go to pypi at the exact same time and manner that
client libs go to pypi.

New information is that we are adding the ability to make a
"pre-release" release to a place that isn't pypi, because Mark wants
more time to be able to sync some of the other core projects with oslo
between releases.

On 12/16/2012 01:12 AM, Matt Joyce wrote:
> So from my understanding we're using pypi as the defacto source for
> client tarballs.
> a) true?
> b) should this be on pypi as well if it's similar to clients?
> On Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 12:02 AM, Monty Taylor <mordred at inaugust.com
> <mailto:mordred at inaugust.com>> wrote:
>     Hey all,
>     ttx, markmc and I synced up on the versioning of oslo libraries, and
>     have settled on a system which is a superset of what we do with client
>     libraries - which means we can just implement an additional feature in
>     the current code and it'll handle both sets of things. We'll sync up
>     later on to discuss applicability of this to the server projects as
>     well.
>     Essentially, it breaks down like this:
>     A tag to the repo will trigger tarball generation.
>     If the tag contains alpha\d*, beta\d* or rc\d*, the tarball will only be
>     uploaded to tarballs.openstack.org <http://tarballs.openstack.org>.
>     This will allow those pre-releases
>     to be used in the other projects.
>     Otherwise, the tarball will be uploaded to tarballs.o.o AND PyPI. This
>     should allow us to use released versions of oslo libraries in
>     pip-requires.
>     Turns out it's easy to implement:
>     https://review.openstack.org/#/c/18171/
>     As soon as that lands, we should be able to handle the oslo
>     requirements.
>     Thanks!
>     Monty
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