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Buildout recipe to create files and directories

Project description

tranchitella.recipe.fs

This recipe creates files and directories in a buildout.

Usage

This recipe offers the following entry points:

  • mkdir
  • mkfile

mkdir

This is a minimal buildout.cfg which makes use of the mkdir recipe:

[buildout]
parts = dirs

[dirs]
recipe = tranchitella.recipe.fs:mkdir
paths =
    ${buildout:directory}/var
    ${buildout:directory}/var/lib
    ${buildout:directory}/var/tmp
    ${buildout:directory}/var/log

This will create the directories specified by the paths attribute.

mkfile

This is a minimal buildout.cfg which makes use of the mkfile recipe:

[buildout]
parts = conffiles

[conffiles]
recipe = tranchitella.recipe.fs:mkfile
template = ${buildout:directory}/templates/config
path = ${buildout:directory}/etc/config
mode = 0644
database = postgres

This will create the file specified by the path attribute using the given template; the file will be customized using string interpolations of the options specified in the buildout part (eg. %(database)s will be replaced with the string postgres).

0.3 (2010-03-23)

  • Do not consider directory and files as “created” by buildout, otherwise they will be automatically removed by buildout when the recipe is uninstalled.
  • Added logging

0.2 (2010-03-07)

  • Added a new recipe entry point mkfile.

0.1 (2010-02-29)

  • Initial release.

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