On 8/17/2014 3:36 PM, Alan Pevec wrote:
2014-08-17 22:25 GMT+02:00 Matt Riedemann <mrie...@linux.vnet.ibm.com>:
The other thing I thought was we could cap the version of
python-keystoneclient in stable/havana, would that be bad? stable/havana is
going to be end of life pretty soon anyway.
No, we had cap on some clients and it was creating situations with
conflicting requirements, last example was swiftclient<2.
Another alternative was to start stable/* from clients but that was
rejected in the past.
Theory is that *clients are backward compatible but I'm not sure if
addition of new dependencies was considered when decision to go with
master-only clients was made.
I think it's fine to add new test-requirements on stable, we should
just somehow get an early warning that client change is going to break
stable branch and update test-req preemptively.
OK, so here is where we appear to be:
1. We need the oslo.utils changes in python-keystoneclient reverted on
master to get the stable/havana backports for global-requirements to
pass Jenkins. The revert is here:
2. The backports for oslo.i18n and oslo.utils to stable/havana are here:
3. Once 1 and 2 are done, we can restore the changes to
python-keystoneclient on master.
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