On 2018-03-14 20:39, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
> We now have neutron and horizon in global-requirements and do not need
> to install them anymore with tools/tox_install.sh.
> This allows to simplify our jobs and testing.
> Unfortunately, the merging caused now the projects that install neutron
> and horizon via tools/tox_install to break with constraints.
> I'm currently pushing up changes for these using topic tox-siblings [1].
> Please merge those - and if you're pushing up changes yourself, let's
> use the same topic.
> Sorry for the breakage ;(
> Andreas
> [1] Links
> https://review.openstack.org/#/q/topic:tox-siblings+(status:open+OR+status:merged)

Note that thanks to the tox-siblings feature, we really continue to
install neutron and horizon from git - and not use the versions in the
global-requirements constraints file,

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