[Openstack-operators] Adding v1 LIKE support to python-glanceclient releases 1.x.x
clayton at oneill.net
Thu Sep 10 01:46:46 UTC 2015
I'd be glad to see the backwards compatibility parts go in. I got bitten
by this earlier this week and ended up switching my scripts over to using
the python-openstackclient library to work around it.
On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 6:41 PM, Nikhil Komawar <nik.komawar at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> We recently release python-glanceclient 1.0.0 and it has the default
> shell version as v2. This may result into some scripts not detecting the
> change by default and discomfort to an extent.
> So, I am reaching out to this list with the hope of getting some
> feedback on the requirements, pros and cons you all think exist for
> adding some support for v1 like calls as hidden command to the default
> python-glanceclient shell API that is v2 centric by default. This should
> unbreak the scripts to an extent and give a warning to users to update
> the scripts in a stipulated time period so that they use the v2 API.
> Here's the proposed patch https://review.openstack.org/#/c/219802/ . We
> are not yet sure if we need to get it merged by tomorrow so that it can
> be in stable/liberty by the end of the week. There has been one request
> to get those in and the feedback we received from the developer
> community was neutral.
> In order to form an opinion on what's best for our users, we need some
> feedback on this topic. Please send us your thoughts as soon as possible
> and we will try to accommodate the same if permissible within the
> technical limitations:
> 1. Whether you would like these commands added as hidden commands so
> that shell API works like before (to extent possible).
> 2. You would like to use v2 shell API of the client by default and don't
> care about this commit.
> 3. You don't care about the change. Your scripts are awesome and can
> adjust to the upgrade of the client easily.
> 4. Anything else.
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