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F5 Networks OpenStack Heat Plugin Library

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This repository houses all of F5®'s OpenStack Heat resource plugins. F5®'s
Heat plugins can be used to orchestrate BIG-IP® services in your OpenStack environment.

Releases and Versions
This branch supports the OpenStack Kilo release.

Please see `F5® OpenStack Releases, Versioning, and Support Matrix <>`_ for additional information
about F5®'s OpenStack plugins and BIG-IP® compatibility.

Project documentation, which includes installation and usage instructions, can
be found on `Read The Docs <https://f5-openstack-heat-plugins.readthedocs

For Developers

Filing Issues
If you find an issue we would love to hear about it. Please let us know by filing an issue in this repository and tell us as much as you can about what you found and how you found it.

See `Contributing <>`_.

To make a PyPI package...

.. code:: bash

$ python sdist

Before you open a pull request, your code must have passing `pytest <>`_ unit tests. In addition, you should include a set of functional tests written to use a real BIG-IP® device for testing. Information on how to run our set of tests is included below.

Unit Tests
We use pytest for our unit tests.

#. If you haven't already, install requirements.unit.test.txt in your virtual

.. code:: shell

$ pip install hacking pytest pytest-cov
$ pip install -r requirements.txt

#. Run the tests and produce a coverage report. The ``--cov-report=html`` will create a ``htmlcov/`` directory that you can view in your browser to see the missing lines of code.

.. code:: shell
$ pip install -r requirements.unit.test.txt

#. | Run the tests and produce a coverage report. The
``--cov-report=html`` will
| create a ``htmlcov/`` directory that you can view in your browser
to see the
| missing lines of code.
py.test --cov f5_heat/resources/test --cov-report=html
open htmlcov/index.html

Functional Tests
Pytest is also used for functional tests

#. If you haven't already, install requirements.func.test.txt in your virtual

.. code:: shell

$ pip install -r requirements.func.test.txt

#. | Currently, you must modify ``test/functional/`` file to
provide the proper credentials to Openstack. See that file for more info
on what is needed. Also remember not to include this file in your pull
request, since it may contiain sensitive information.

#. | Run the functional tests and pass in arguments to connect to the F5® Device.

.. code:: shell

py.test test/functional/ --bigip=<bigip_ip> --bigip-username=<web_login_username> --bigip-passwword=<web_login_password>

Style Checks
We use the hacking module for our style checks (installed as part of step 1 in the Unit Test section).

.. code:: shell

$ flake8 ./

Copyright 2015-2016 F5 Networks, Inc.

See `Support <>`_.


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Individuals or business entities who contribute to this project must
have completed and submitted the `F5® Contributor License
Agreement <>`__
to prior to their code submission being included in this

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