[openstack-dev] [Horizon][searchlight] Sharing resource type implementations
Tripp, Travis S
travis.tripp at hpe.com
Thu Mar 9 14:35:19 UTC 2017
Let me get Matt B in on this discussion, but basically, option 4 is my initial feeling as Rob stated.
One downside we saw with this approach is that we weren’t going to be able to take advantage of searchlight capabilities in details pages if everything was in native horizon. Although, I suppose that could be done by using the hz-if-services directive  if horizon will allow searchlight optimized code to be in the horizon repo.
On 3/9/17, 5:09 AM, "Rob Cresswell (rcresswe)" <rcresswe at cisco.com> wrote:
I tried searching the meeting logs but couldn’t find where we discussed this in the Searchlight meeting. The conclusion at the time was option 4 IIRC. The main thing is to make sure we get it done within one cycle, even if it isn’t default. this means searchlight-ui doesn’t have to carry some horrible workarounds and can just remove the code from their repo.
Basically; start putting the code in the Horizon repo, and when its done, Searchlight-UI can remove it from their repo.
> On 9 Mar 2017, at 04:22, Richard Jones <r1chardj0n3s at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Searchlight and Horizon folks,
> I'd like to re-use the wonderful resource type code from
> searchlight-ui (in particular os-nova-servers right now but
> potentially others down the track) and was wondering whether you'd had
> any thoughts about how we might share that code? Off the top of my
> head I see a few options:
> 1. We depend on the searchlight-ui as a Horizon requirement; this is
> pretty unlikely to happen (depending on any optional panel means it's
> not really optional any longer ;-)
> 2. We copy the code from searchlight-ui into Horizon; this is pretty terrible.
> 3. We move the code from searchlight-ui into a separate project that
> both Horizon and searchlight-ui depend upon; this could be made to
> work, though it's Yet Another Project.
> 4. We move the code from searchlight-ui into Horizon. I think this is
> most likely to work.
> What are your thoughts? Have I missed an option in this list that you
> think is a better one? Have I missed the mark in my analysis of the
> options I've presented?
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