On 23/10/15 09:35, Jay Dobies wrote:
In looking through the environment file loading code, I keep seeing a check for base_url in the resource registry. It looks like a way to have the registry entries only be the filenames (I suppose relative filenames work as well) instead of having to enter the full path every time. The base_url would be used as the root URL for those filenames when loading them.

Thing is, I can't find any reference to that in the docs. I did a search for resource_registry, but the only thing I can find is [1] which doesn't talk about base_url.

Is this something that's still supported or was it "turned off" (so to speak) by removing the docs about it so users didn't know to use it? Is the syntax to just sit it side by side with the resource definitions, similar to:

  "base_url": /home/jdob/my_templates
  "OS::Nova::Server": my_nova.yaml

Or am I just totally missing where in the docs it's talked about (which is also terribly possible)?

[1] http://docs.openstack.org/developer/heat/template_guide/environment.html?highlight=resource_registry

Thanks :)

I'm not sure, since I've never used an explicit base_url. I just put the environment file which defines the resource_registry in the same directory as my_nova.yaml and the relative paths will resolve. Is that an option for you?

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