[Pulp-list] Extension Refactor Merged

Preethi Thomas pthomas at redhat.com
Wed Oct 3 17:14:17 UTC 2012

----- Original Message -----
> The changes we discussed last Thursday to get the Puppet extensions
> gracefully into the CLI have been merged into master. It was
> substantial
> so I expect a few hiccups; ping me if you see anything weird.
> * Important stuff in the next paragraph *
> You'll need to fix your developer environment as a bunch of the RPM
> extensions have been consolidated into one. The simplest way is to
> remove everything in /usr/lib/pulp/admin/extensions and re-run
> pulp-dev.py -I. That will get rid of the old symlinks and install the
> new setup. If you don't do this, your client will fail to start.
> QE, most of the RPM repo related functionality has been moved under
> "pulp-admin rpm repo" instead of just "pulp-admin repo". That means a
> lot of the automated tests will need to be shuffled around a bit.

Just a couple of things that I noticed

1.   rpm        - contains commands for working with repositories containing RPM-related content

     the help "contains commands for working with repositories containing RPM-related content" doesn't follow the same standard as the other help notice that there is no "contains" with any of the other help

2. Is there going to be sections such as file in there as well in the future for file repo (is file repos supported in 2.0? )

> The user guide has not yet been updated for this. It's going to be a
> pretty significant re-work to differentiate the RPM stuff from the
> Puppet stuff. That'll be a story next sprint, so I'm not even
> worrying
> about it right now.
> Ping me with any questions or suggestions on how to organize things
> better once you start playing with it.
> --
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