Microsoft Azure Image Builder Client Library for Python
Microsoft Azure SDK for Python
This is the Microsoft Azure Image Builder Client Library.
Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the next generation of management APIs that replace the old Azure Service Management (ASM).
This package has been tested with Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7.
For the older Azure Service Management (ASM) libraries, see azure-servicemanagement-legacy library.
For a more complete set of Azure libraries, see the azure bundle package.
For code examples, see Image Builder on docs.microsoft.com.
If you encounter any bugs or have suggestions, please file an issue in the Issues section of the project.
Model ImageTemplatePowerShellCustomizer has a new parameter run_elevated
Model ImageTemplatePowerShellCustomizer has a new parameter sha256_checksum
Model ImageTemplate has a new parameter vm_profile
Model ImageTemplateFileCustomizer has a new parameter sha256_checksum
Model ImageTemplateShellCustomizer has a new parameter sha256_checksum
General breaking changes
This version uses a next-generation code generator that might introduce breaking changes if from some import. In summary, some modules were incorrectly visible/importable and have been renamed. This fixed several issues caused by usage of classes that were not supposed to be used in the first place.
ImageBuilderClient cannot be imported from azure.mgmt.imagebuilder.image_builder_client anymore (import from azure.mgmt.imagebuilder works like before)
ImageBuilderClientConfiguration import has been moved from azure.mgmt.imagebuilder.image_builder_client to azure.mgmt.imagebuilder
A model MyClass from a “models” sub-module cannot be imported anymore using azure.mgmt.imagebuilder.models.my_class (import from azure.mgmt.imagebuilder.models works like before)
An operation class MyClassOperations from an operations sub-module cannot be imported anymore using azure.mgmt.imagebuilder.operations.my_class_operations (import from azure.mgmt.imagebuilder.operations works like before)
Last but not least, HTTP connection pooling is now enabled by default. You should always use a client as a context manager, or call close(), or use no more than one client per process.
Add missing build_timeout_in_minutes
Fix some regexp checking
New API version 2019-05-01-preview
Release history Release notifications | RSS feed
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
Hashes for azure-mgmt-imagebuilder-0.3.0.zip
Hashes for azure_mgmt_imagebuilder-0.3.0-py2.py3-none-any.whl