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Toolforge client

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CLI to run toolforge related commands

Local development environment (guideline)

Tox on debian testing

Clone the repo including commit hooks (instructions here

Install tox:

~:$ apt install tox

Move to the directory where you cloned the repo, and run tox:

/path/to/repo/toolforge-cli:$ tox

That will run the tests and create a virtualenv that you can use to manually debug anything you need, to enter it:

/path/to/repo/toolforge-cli:$ source .tox/py-tests/bin/activate

Building the debian packages

For this you'll need debuild installed:

~:$ sudo apt install debuild

Install the build dependencies, this requires devscripts and equivs:

~:$ sudo apt install devscripts equivs
/path/to/repo/toolforge-cli:$ sudo mk-build-deps --install debian/control

Or just manually check the debian/control file Build-Dependencies and install them manually.

Note that it will build a debian package right there, and install it, you can remove it to clean up the dependencies any time.

Now for the actuall build:

/path/to/repo/toolforge-cli:$ debuild -uc -us

That will end up creating an unsigned package under ../toolforge-cli.*.deb. If you want to sign it, you will have to do something like:

/path/to/repo/toolforge-cli:$ debuild

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