Project Faros configuration library and web application.
This small library is used to validate configuration provided to Project Faros. It contains the necessary parts to load a configuration from the environment, mix it with configuration from a templated YAML file, and provide a single Python object that is easy for the Inventory to work with while generating variables for hosts.
This library is not intended to be used outside of Project Faros, or indeed outside of the Project Faros cluster-manager container.
Also included in the library is a user interface based on a Flask application. You can load it with any WSGI server, or a simple
flask run for testing purposes. It is specifically designed to provide an interface through which Faros Config compliant YAML files can be generated for use in a Faros Cluster Manager container.
To instantiate a development environment, you need at least python3 with the
venv module. From the project root:
python3 -m venv venv # This creates a virtual environment in a folder named "venv". . venv/bin/activate # This activates the virtual environment. pip install --upgrade pip setuptools wheel tox # This installed the development dependencies. # You should validate that the project works in your environment before you do anything to it. tox # This lints, uses yarn to download JS dependencies, and runs the tests. # A coverage report shows the current coverage status of the project. You should strive to raise it, or at least keep it the same. pip install -e . # This installs the project in "editable" mode. export FLASK_APP=faros_config.ui # This tells flask which app you're hacking on. export FLASK_ENV=development # This tells flask to run in "development" mode. flask run # This starts the application on localhost at HTTP port 5000
You can work on any part of the application at this point, testing your changes in a browser pointed to
http://localhost:5000. If you would like to test these changes from another host, for example to see how it looks from your phone, you could do
flask run --host=0.0.0.0 instead. Ensure that you've got your firewall set up to support the necessary port.
It is important to run
tox before any release, not only because testing your releases is important but also because the
tox command ensures that the Patternfly dependencies for the UI are in the appropriate locations for packaging. To generate a release, and push it to PyPi, ensure that you know how PyPi and Twine work and are appropriately configured, then run the following:
tox # The importance of this cannot be overstated. tox -e build,release # This will build source and binary distributions and publish them to PyPi.
Note that you cannot release the package with the name
faros-config because that is owned by the Project Faros maintainers. You should change the name if you need to publish it, or you can just use the
build environment in
tox and install from the files generated in the
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