[openstack-dev] [All][Packetary][Fuel] New project: Packetary (Repository management library)
ikalnitsky at mirantis.com
Mon Jan 25 10:35:28 UTC 2016
It's nice to hear that packetary finally got its own repo. However, I
took a look at roadmap  and wonder why do you plan to add
possibility to build RPM/DEB packages? It seems to me like it
shouldn't be packetary's concern, and I'd like to see packetary as
repo management tool, not a package build system. Each Linux
distributive came out with its own set of tools to build packages, and
that would be enough in my opinion. Maybe I'm wrong, though it'd be
nice to see your input here. :)
On Mon, Jan 25, 2016 at 10:25 AM, Bulat Gaifullin
<bgaifullin at mirantis.com> wrote:
> We are happy to introduce Packetary , which was separated from fuel-mirror .
> Packetary provides flexible and data driven interface to manage (clone/build) rpm/deb repos and packages (not implemented yet).
> Packetary provides object model and API.
> One can use this framework to implement operations like building repository from a set of packages, clone repository, find package dependencies,
> mix repositories, pull out a subset of packages into a separate repository, etc.
> Packetary is to be used either as a library to easily integrate it with deployment tools and CI infrastructures and as CLI so a user can use it manually or in shell scripts.
> In a nutshell Packetary is:
> * Common interface to various package repositories (rpm/deb).
> * Utility to build dependency graph for package(s).
> * Utility to create mirror/partial mirror of a repository according to dependency graph.
>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Packetary
>  https://github.com/openstack/fuel-mirror/
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