[openstack-dev] [Horizon] How do we move forward with xstatic releases?
Itxaka Serrano Garcia
itxaka at redhat.com
Thu Mar 10 11:02:24 UTC 2016
On 03/10/2016 11:48 AM, Beth Elwell wrote:
>> On 10 Mar 2016, at 07:46, Richard Jones <r1chardj0n3s at gmail.com
>> <mailto:r1chardj0n3s at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> It has been mentioned, xstatic packages can block the gate. We
>> control xstatic package releases, thus we can roll back, if something
>> goes wrong.
>> If we're pulling directly with npm/bower, someone from the outside can
>> break us. We already have the situation with pypi packages.
>> With proper packages, we could even use the gate to release those
>> packages and thus verify, we're not breaking anyone.
>> We're going to have potential breakage (gate breakage, in the
>> integrated tests) any time we release a package (regardless of release
>> mechanism) and have to update two separate repositories resulting in
>> out-of-sync version specification and expectation (ie.
>> upper-constraints specification and Horizon's code expectation) as
>> described in my OP. The only solution that we're aware of is to
>> synchronise updating those two things, through one of the mechanisms
>> proposed so far (or possibly through a mechanism not yet proposed.)
> If we will anyway have potential breakage I don’t understand why the
> better solution here would not be to just use the bower and npm tools
> towards using widely recognised tooling from within not just Openstack
> but the wider development community. Back versions always need to be
> supported for a time, however I would add that long term this could end
> up saving time and create a stable longer term solution.
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npm/bower seems like the right tool for this instead of trying to
convert everything to the python ecosystem.
And I dont understand the issues with plugins. They depend on a horizon
version so they need to work with the js libraries that are provided by
that version, same as with any python packages that horizon brings, they
have to work with that, should not be a difference in there no?
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