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Tools for building the Ansible Distribution

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antsibull -- Ansible Build Scripts

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Tooling for building various things related to Ansible

Scripts that are here:

  • antsibull-build - Builds Ansible-2.10+ from component collections (docs)
  • antsibull-docs - Extracts documentation from ansible plugins
  • antsibull-lint - Right now only validates changelogs/changelog.yaml files (docs)

This also includes a Sphinx extension sphinx_antsibull_ext which provides a lexer for Ansible output and a minimal CSS file to render the output of antsibull-docs correctly.

A related project is antsibull-changelog, which is in its own repository.

Scripts are created by poetry at build time. So if you want to run from a checkout, you'll have to run them under poetry::

python3 -m pip install poetry
poetry install  # Installs dependencies into a virtualenv
poetry run antsibull-build --help

.. note:: When installing a package published by poetry, it is best to use pip >= 19.0. Installing with pip-18.1 and below could create scripts which use pkg_resources which can slow down startup time (in some environments by quite a large amount).

Unless otherwise noted in the code, it is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3 or, at your option, later.

Using the Sphinx extension

Include it in your Sphinx configuration

# Add it to 'extensions':
extensions = ['sphinx.ext.autodoc', 'sphinx.ext.intersphinx', 'notfound.extension', 'sphinx_antsibull_ext']

Updating the CSS file for the Sphinx extension

The CSS file sphinx_antsibull_ext/antsibull-minimal.css is built from sphinx_antsibull_ext/css/antsibull-minimal.scss using SASS and postcss using autoprefixer and cssnano.

Use the script in sphinx_antsibull_ext/css/ to build the .css file from the .scss file:

cd sphinx_antsibull_ext/css/

For this to work, you need to make sure that sassc and postcss are on your path and that the autoprefixer and nanocss modules are installed:

# Debian:
apt-get install sassc

# PostCSS, autoprefixer and cssnano require nodejs/npm:
npm install -g autoprefixer cssnano postcss postcss-cli

Creating a new release:

If you want to create a new release::

poetry build
poetry publish  # Uploads to pypi.  Be sure you really want to do this

git push --tags
vim pyproject.toml    # Bump the version number
git commit -m 'Update the version number for the next release' pyproject.toml
git push

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