[openstack-dev] [oslo][osdk] PrettyTable needs a home in OpenStack
vstinner at redhat.com
Tue Jan 26 11:06:57 UTC 2016
Thanks for investigating the tabulate option :-)
Le 26/01/2016 02:25, Joshua Harlow a écrit :
> As far as the other option (using tabulate):
> That was a (very very basic) POC for a potential compatibility layer,
> The author (of tabulate) though thinks that a
> 'tabulate-prettytable-compat' library might be the best option, which
> seems to make sense. So if the jazzband thing doesn't work out we can
> work with the tabulate author to create such a thing (and then as time
> goes on just move to tabulate).
> Flavio Percoco wrote:
>> On 08/01/16 08:36 -0430, Flavio Percoco wrote:
>>> As some of you know already, google code is going to be shutdown. Some
>>> projects we're using are hosted and, unfortunately, some of them are
>>> unmaintained and perhaps going away.
>>> One of these projects is PrettyTable. This point was raised by Erno in
>>> this patch from jd__. PrettyTable is not just being used in several
>>> openstack specific projects but it's also a transitive dependency for
>>> all client libraries using cliff.
>>> With all that in mind, I've contacted the author of the library and
>>> asked him if it'd be ok for us (OpenStack) to adopt this library. The
>>> author accepted and granted me access to the project on pypi.
>>> I'm saying all the above because we now need to find a home for it in
>>> I've identified 2 possible places:
>>> 1) Oslo, as we maintaing cross-project libraries and some of them are
>>> not in the oslo namespace
>>> 2) OpenStack Client team as they maintain cliff already and it'd
>>> perhaps make more sense to have this library there.
>>> One thing to note is that this library has been quite stable, which
>>> means it won't, hopefully, add too much work to the team.
>>>  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/234340/
>> FWIW, we've decided to give jazzband a try and host prettytable
>> there. If
>> that doesn't work out well, we might revisit this option (unless the
>> migration happens before that).
>>  https://jazzband.co
>> Thanks everyone and Doug for suggesting jazzband!
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