Cloud infrastructure and .deb file management software
Cloud infrastructure and .deb file management software.
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- Changed apt-cacher-ng to run on port 3142 to avoid a potential conflict
Separated key generation from install of buildkit-apt-repo.
Made repo and key base directory settings options of the buildkit repo command so that its subcommands can just use repository names
Added a repo installkey command so that key generation can be customised and doesn’t have to happen at install time
Made supervisor a dependency of buildkit-vm and added a sample config file
Splitting the buildkit functionality up into different deb packages
Swapping apt-proxy for apt-cacher-ng
Replaced facilify with stacks to reflect the rename
Release now updates any version variable in the __init__.py file of the base package
The --git option to the start command now doesn’t give an error
Added a buildkit release command to update version numbers within a buildkit-generated Python project directory structure
Updated the documentation to clarify some aspects of the install
Included the buildkit_deb directory in the source distribution and updated the MANIFEST.in file template so that when a project is generated it will include the Debian directory
Complete overhaul to support the creation of Debian packages from Python software, add them to a repository and test them in virtual machines on Ubuntu LTS.
Ability to package as .deb files from a virtualenv
Changed template MANIFEST.in to include docs Makefile and conf.py
Updated build.py example to build docs from distribution
Changed the build_html() and run() signatures
Added a command to package up dependant modules into a single directory
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