[openstack-dev] [kolla][release] Version numbers for kolla-ansible repository.

Steven Dake (stdake) stdake at cisco.com
Sun Nov 13 02:52:29 UTC 2016


I have done exactly as you recommended.


On 11/12/16, 10:49 AM, "Andreas Jaeger" <aj at suse.com> wrote:

>On 11/12/2016 11:15 AM, Steven Dake (stdake) wrote:
>> The proposal I think you made is what I was thinking we would do, so just to clarify:
>>  Kolla keeps all branches/tags
>>  When kolla-ansible is created with an upstream tag in PC, the project-config will include no post jobs so no artifacts will be created
>we import the complete repo - so create a copy of the repo for import, 
>delete the branches and tags on that copy - and then it gets imported as 
>is. Then you don't need post jobs removal.
>> Kolla-ansible will have all branches deleted from it (so we maintain the back ports in the kolla repo where the code originated
>Do this as before.
>> New (ocata) versions of kolla-ansible will have a 4.0.0 tag but no branches, and possibly no tags.
>> The delta between kolla and kolla-ansible is in the diagram in this thread, but in a nutshell:
>> Today Kolla contains build.py docker dir, sensible dir, and kolla-ansible.py
>> In the future:
>> Kolla - contains build.py, docker dir
>> Kolla-ansible contains sensible dir, kolla-ansible.py
>> Both repos contain whatever is needed to make those repos work with the various OpenStack processes.
>> I agree back ports will be more challenging in general with a repo split.  The core reviewers committed to maintaining back ports properly when they voted on the repo split.
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