OpenStack Task Tracking API
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OpenDev Sysadmins e4f7facf54 OpenDev Migration Patch 5 days ago
doc Merge "Rewrite/clarify non-docker dev env instructions" 1 week ago
docker Add docker-compose based dev setup instructions 1 month ago
etc Use charset=utf8mb4 in pymysql DBURIs 1 year ago
storyboard Merge "Add some tests for checking private story behaviour" 2 weeks ago
tools Merge "Add a test openid server" 7 months ago
.coveragerc remove final vestiges of incubated oslo code 2 years ago
.gitignore Remove vagrant setup 1 year ago
.gitreview OpenDev Migration Patch 5 days ago
.stestr.conf Use one database per test class rather than per test 1 month ago
.zuul.yaml OpenDev Migration Patch 5 days ago
CONTRIBUTING.rst Replace broken links and http links in the doc 9 months ago
LICENSE Initial import 5 years ago Introducing basic REST API 5 years ago
README.rst Replace broken links and http links in the doc 9 months ago
babel.cfg Add SQLalchemy database model 5 years ago
bindep.txt bindep: Require libffi-devel 2 years ago
requirements.txt Fixes the Python 3 dependencies and iterator 1 month ago
setup.cfg Change openstack-dev to openstack-discuss 4 months ago Use a common requirements file 2 years ago
test-requirements.txt Switch to using stestr for tests 6 months ago
tox.ini Whitelist `rm` for docs target in tox.ini 1 month ago



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