[oslo] [tooz] Why does not tooz's tox env use upper-constraints?
hberaud at redhat.com
Mon May 10 09:14:43 UTC 2021
I don't know the reason behind this choice, however, you should notice that
tooz became an independent project a few weeks ago .
Usually independent projects (at least those under the Oslo scope) are not
using U.C (e.g pbr by example). So, by taking account of the independent
model, I wonder if we need a UC at this point.
Any opinions or thoughts?
Le ven. 7 mai 2021 à 23:54, Thomas Goirand <zigo at debian.org> a écrit :
> On 5/7/21 10:53 PM, Clark Boylan wrote:
> > On Fri, May 7, 2021, at 12:24 PM, Radosław Piliszek wrote:
> >> The question is the subject.
> >> Why does not tooz's tox env use upper-constraints?
> >> I asked this on IRC once some time ago but did not receive an answer
> >> so trying out ML as a more reliable medium.
> > https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/tooz/+/413365 is the change that
> added the comment about the exclusion to tox.ini. Reading the comments
> there it seems one reason people were skipping upper-constraints was to
> find problems with dependencies early (rather than avoiding them with
> constraints and updating when everyone was happy to work with it).
> > Not sure if Tony is still following this list but may have more info too.
> >> -yoctozepto
> Another more social reason, is that the people behind Tooz (that are now
> not involved in the project) loved to do things their own way, and loved
> experimentation, even if this meant not always being fully aligned with
> the best practices of the rest of the OpenStack project. I'm sure
> old-timers will know what I'm talking about! :)
> Anyways, it's probably time to realign...
> Thomas Goirand (zigo)
> P.S: This post is in no way a critic of the involved people or what they
> did (I actually enjoyed a lot interacting with them), I'm just exposing
> a fact...
Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat
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