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xenvman client for Python

Project description

Python client for xenvman

This is a Python client library for xenvman.

Installation

Installing is a simple as running:

pip install xenvman

Usage

The very first thing to do is to create a client:

import xenvman

cl = xenvman.Client()

if address argument is not provided, the default http://localhost:9876 will be used. Also if shell environment variable XENV_API_SERVER is set, it will be used instead.

Once you have a client, you can create environment:

env = cl.new_env(xenvman.InputEnv(
    "python-test",
    description="Python test!",
    templates=[
        xenvman.Tpl("db/mongo")
    ],
))

And that's it! Once new_env() returns, you have an environment which you can start using in your integration tests.

cont = env.get_container("db/mongo", 0, "mongo")

# Get the full mongo url with exposed port
mongo_url = "{}:{}".format(env.external_address(), cont.ports["27017"])

Don't forget to terminate your env after you're done:

env.terminate()

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