Tiered Resource OverlaY
# Tired of Resource OverlaYs
- home page: http://saga-project.github.io/troy/
- documentation: http://saga-project.github.io/troy/docs/build/html/
- wiki pages: https://github.com/saga-project/troy/wiki/
- issue tracker: https://github.com/saga-project/troy/issues/
### Installation Notes
At this stage, the devel branches of saga-python, radical.utils, and bigjob should be used with TROY. (If these are not manually installed, the TROY installer may pull in non-devel versions.)
To set up the TROY environment, use
pip install .
Or, to make extra-sure TROY is installed correctly with all trace of previous installations removed:
pip uninstall troy; rm -rf ./build; pip install .
You can use a configuration file in the location “~/.troy.cfg”. An example is provided in examples/troy.cfg, you can copy that to “~/.troy.cfg” and customize to your environment.
Available configuration options are explained in more detailed in the Troy library documentation, and apply mostly to the Troy plugins.
### Note to developers:
The development branch is devel, all developers should branch off ‘devel’ when implementing new features. Feature branches are named feature/xyz, and are only merged into devel after coordinating with the other developers.
Releases are tagged on the master branch – only the release manager will merge from devel to master, to prepare for a release.
An usual development workflow should look like:
` git clone email@example.com:saga-project/troy.git # get repostory cd troy # git checkout devel # switch to devel branch git checkout -b feature/world_domination # create a feature branch from there vim troy/world_domination.py # do the deed... vim tests/test_world_domination.py # git commit -am 'we now dominate the world' # commit your changes git push origin feature/world_domination # sync with github `
The last command will ensure that your (until then only locally existing) branch will be mirrored in the central repository, and is available for other developers.
Once the group agreed on merging, you would run:
` git checkout devel git pull # get updates from github git checkout feature/world_domination git pull # get updates from github git merge devel # make sure branch is in sync with devel run_my_tests # do it! git checkout devel git merge feature/world_domination # merge your feature branch git push origin # sync with github git branch -d feature/world_domination # remove feature branch `
If unsure about anything, ask Andre ;)