- Repository, issue tracker
- Hudson CI instance
- Sphinx documentation generated by hudson on each commit
GPyPi knows about metadata.xml, ChangeLog and Manifest!
Previous week (2nd - 9th August)
Task: metadata, echangelog and manifest generation
In the last week of implementing features I will add support for Gentoo developers workflow.
Done. Implementation is in gpypi2/workflow.py. One issue though: echangelog has no idea how to add files to SCM, will have to find another abstraction tool for that.
Task: Atomic actions
Currently if anything fails in the process, data will lay around the filesytem. I'll implement most basic cleanup (rollback) on failures.
I haven't touched this one, mostly because I don't have a good idea how to handle tracking of files.
Code currently uses a bit of exceptions and a bit of log.error. I'll make that a bit structured and also document what exceptions are raised in functions
Done. Exceptions are documented and properly catched in cli.py code.
Task: integration tests and documentation
Update documentation and write some integration tests.
Partly done. Tests still need some love, but that will not be part of the GSOC (I still have to properly implement SrcUriNamer.)
GSoC is over, I have met my deliverables. It was a lot of fun, can't wait for Gentoo community to start using my tool. Project is far far from finished, I will continue to work on it and polish it. At the end, Gentoo is my primary choice for platform (even on laptop).
I can't wait for next year to apply for the project and continue to work on OSS. Cheers guys!
Thanks to my mentor Jesus for supporting me and thanks to Gentoo community for IRC 0day help! :)