Taskflow structured state management library.
A library to do [jobs, tasks, flows] in a highly available, easy to understand and declarative manner (and more!) to be used with OpenStack and other projects.
- More information can be found by referring to the developer documentation.
Testing and requirements
Because TaskFlow has many optional (pluggable) parts like persistence backends and engines, we decided to split our requirements into two parts: - things that are absolutely required by TaskFlow (you can’t use TaskFlow without them) are put to requirements.txt; - things that are required by some optional part of TaskFlow (you can use TaskFlow without them) are put to optional-requirements.txt; if you want to use the feature in question, you should add that requirements to your project or environment; - as usual, things that required only for running tests are put to test-requirements.txt.
Our tox.ini file describes several test environments that allow to test TaskFlow with different python versions and sets of requirements installed.
To generate the tox.ini file, use the toxgen.py script by first installing toxgen and then provide that script as input the tox-tmpl.ini file to generate the final tox.ini file.
$ toxgen.py -i tox-tmpl.ini -o tox.ini
We also have sphinx documentation in docs/source.
To build it, run:
$ python setup.py build_sphinx
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