[openstack-dev] [oslo][keystone][documentation][gate] Babel dependency for oslo.log

Joshua Harlow harlowja at fastmail.com
Mon Apr 18 17:42:49 UTC 2016

Andreas Jaeger wrote:
> On 04/17/2016 09:15 PM, Davanum Srinivas wrote:
>> Hi Oslo folks, Andreas and others,
>> Over the weekend oslo.log 3.4.0 was released. This broke keystone CI
>> jobs [2], even though the 3.4.0 was not specified in upper-constraints
>> as keystone jobs were not honoring the upper-constraints.txt, so we
>> fixed it in [3].
>> So the first big problem after [3] was that several tox targets do not
>> inject u-c and hence fail, so in [3] we also added install_commands
>> for testenv:releasenotes and testenv:cover, based on the pattern set
>> in Nova's tox.ini [4]. That was still not enough and we had to add an
>> entry in keystone's requirements.txt for Babel even though it was not
>> there before (and hence pulling in latest Babel from somewhere).
>> So Here are the questions:
>> 1) Is there anyone working to fix all tox CI jobs to honor upper constraints?
>> 2) Why do we need Babel in oslo.log's requirements.txt?
>> 3) Can we remove Babel from all requirements.txt and
>> test-requirements.txt and leave them in just tox.ini when needed?
>> Note that there was nothing wrong either in oslo.log itself it
>> published a release with what was in global-requirements.txt, nor in
>> keystone, which has traditionally not run with constraints on. Just
>> the combination of situations with Babel going bad broke at least
>> keystone.
>> Did anyone else see other jobs break? Please respond!
>> Thanks,
>> Dims
>> [1] http://markmail.org/message/ygyxpjpbhlbz3q5d
>> [2] http://logs.openstack.org/86/249486/32/check/gate-keystone-python34-db/29ace4f/console.html#_2016-04-17_04_31_51_138
>> [3] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/306846/
>> [4] http://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/nova/tree/tox.ini
> I think what happened is:
> 1) oslo.log indirectly requires Babel
> 2) requirements blacklists Babel 2.3.x
> 3) keystone has new requirements included and thus fails
> The problem here is that oslo.log requires olso.i18n which requires
> Babel. And if oslo.i18n would have had a release with the blacklisting
> of Babel 2.3.x, this wouldn't have happened. So, I propose to release
> oslo.i18n.
> Babel 2.3.4 which fixes the known problems might be out soon as well -
> and if that does not introduce regressions, this will self-heal,

Ok, so which option should we go with here?

I'm ok with releasing olso.i18n or Babel 2.3.4 (when is this release 
happening, soon? like soon soon?)

> Andreas

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