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Odoo Environment Manager

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# odooenv
Tool to administrate Odoo environments

Moldeo Interactive (c) 2014-2018
Cristian S. Rocha

This code is distributed under the MIT license.

## Introduction

OdooEnv is a python based environment manager. It is a derivative from OERPenv which exists in "". But when OpenERP was renamed to Odoo, we changed the OERPEnv to OdooEnv. We also changed the source repository, changing it from launchpad to github.

## Installation

Using PIP installer (pip needs to be installed)

pip install odooenv

## Usage:

The odooenv command line is available with the following sub-commands:

usage: odooenv [-h]


optional arguments:
-h, --help shows this help message and exits

The Odoo environment administrator helps you administrate Odoo
environments. You can use the following commands.

init Initializes an environment in the work path or in the
declared path.
update Updates sources.
create Creates a new python environment.
add Adds a branch to the sources list.
install Installs all the required software in the default environment. The packages to be installed need to be declared
in the environment file.
list-installables Lists all available applications in sources.
list-addons Lists available addons in sources. Shows all addons if
not filter expression declared.
enable Enables addons on the environment. Creates a symbolic
disable Disables addons on the environment. Removes a symbolic
dummy Creates a dummy addon. Useful for creating a new addon from scratch.
test Executes the server in test mode for this addon.
client Executes the server in test mode for this addon.
search Searchs addon with this object.
show Shows addon information.

All configurations are stored in the environment.conf file. You can setup it by hand or by using the available commands listed above.

## Testing a module:

To create a simple Odoo instance you need to run the following commands in your work directory.

$ odooenv init odoo_env
$ cd odoo_env
$ odooenv install
$ odooenv list-addons

Search for an addon to test, like hr_attendance

$ odooenv enable hr_attendance
$ odooenv test hr_attendance

In case you want to run the server, you only need to execute:

$ odooenv server-start --debug

The server should be running and you can start working with Odoo by launching your browser and pointing it to the appropiate port (commonly 8069)

## Develop a new addon not from zero:

If you need test more than one module, or you want develop a new addon you can create a dummy addon in the following way:

$ odooenv dummy hr_test

In the output you can find the source path. There you can found the file. Append the modules you want to test in the 'depends' field, in this example will use hr_attendace and hr_contract. If you done all right you can execute the follwing command without errors:

$ odooenv enable hr_test

Then you can execute the server in mode test again, for the new module.

$ odooenv test hr_test

# Searching for an object in source code:

To search the source code of a code you can use the command 'search'.

# Display addon information:

To show addon information, like description, declarated objects and path to the source you can use the command 'show'.

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