OpenStack Task Tracking API
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Luigi Toscano 146ab70a56 Use ostestr instead of the custom
Switch to os-testr as wrapper for testr, instead of the custom

Change-Id: I5b76cf9ffca530664b1c1ddcbf98679ab4fca8b5
6 years ago
doc/source Merge "Prepare for using standard python tests" 6 years ago
etc Increase rabbitmq connections attempt 7 years ago
storyboard Support MariaDB in the migration scripts 6 years ago
tools Use ostestr instead of the custom 6 years ago
vagrant Added Vagrant VM for development purposes. 9 years ago
.coveragerc remove final vestiges of incubated oslo code 7 years ago
.gitignore Update .gitignore to ignore all .egg things 7 years ago
.gitreview Add .gitreview file. 10 years ago
.testr.conf API tests for rest 10 years ago
CONTRIBUTING.rst Added python storyboard client to docs. 9 years ago
LICENSE Initial import 10 years ago Introducing basic REST API 10 years ago
README.rst Describe Storyboard in more detail 7 years ago
Vagrantfile Added Vagrant VM for development purposes. 9 years ago
babel.cfg Add SQLalchemy database model 10 years ago
bindep.txt bindep: Require libffi-devel 7 years ago
requirements.txt switch from incubated gettextutils to oslo.i18n 7 years ago
setup.cfg Single event email worker. 8 years ago Use a common requirements file 7 years ago
test-requirements.txt Use ostestr instead of the custom 6 years ago
tox.ini Use ostestr instead of the custom 6 years ago



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