[openstack-dev] [requirements] Why module has been deleted even if it is consumed by the project?

Doug Hellmann doug at doughellmann.com
Fri Aug 12 14:42:03 UTC 2016

Excerpts from Andrey Pavlov's message of 2016-08-12 16:50:21 +0300:
> Hi,
> When I've tried to bump version in ec2api project for some library - I've
> got an error from requirements-gate job [1].
> I've investigated this issue and found that this module was deleted from
> global requirements with comment 'only ec2api is using it'.
> It was done in the review [2].
> What happens?
> Why consumed module was deleted?
> How I can update this requirement now?
> What means phrase "This is not consumed by any projects managed by
> requirements."?
> [1] - https://review.openstack.org/#/c/354667/
> [2] - https://review.openstack.org/#/c/321955/

It looks like you're trying to change the version of botocore used by
the ec2-api project. Is that right?

I don't see the requirements gate job in the list of tests that ran
against patch [1] at all, so I'm not sure where the error message
you reported is coming from. Can you link to a log from the job?

I don't see ec2-api listed in openstack/requirements/projects.txt
as a project that receives automated updates from the global
requirements list. Looking through all of the requirements files
for all projects, I get:

ec2-api               requirements.txt           botocore>=1.0.0
rpm-packaging         global-requirements.txt    botocore>=1.0.0

Because only projects that aren't syncing requirements were using
botocore, it didn't need to be included in the list of global
requirements that is synced with projects. You should be able to
modify your requirements list directly to update to the newer


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