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[CI] Add bindep.txt

Bindep is a tool for checking the presence of binary
packages needed to use an application / library. It
started life as a way to make it easier to set up a
development environment for OpenStack projects.

Infra has been looking to drop the global
bindep_fallback.txt [1][2] file for all
OpenStack projects, they recommend that projects
maintain their own with packages as necessary.

Change-Id: I1824f132b0ffadc6c9179582d37295f3abed355f
Goutham Pacha Ravi 2 years ago
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bindep.txt View File

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# This is a cross-platform list tracking distribution packages needed for
# install and tests;
# see for additional information.
build-essential [platform:dpkg test]
gcc [platform:rpm test]
# gettext and graphviz are needed by doc builds only. For transition,
# have them in both doc and test.
# TODO(jaegerandi): Remove test once infra scripts are updated.
gettext [!platform:suse doc test]
gettext-runtime [platform:suse doc test]
graphviz [doc test]
libffi-dev [platform:dpkg]
libffi-devel [platform:redhat]
libffi48-devel [platform:suse]
virtual/libffi [platform:gentoo]
libssl-dev [platform:dpkg]
openssl-devel [platform:rpm !platform:suse]
libopenssl-devel [platform:suse !platform:rpm]
locales [platform:debian]
mariadb [platform:rpm]
mariadb-server [platform:redhat]
mariadb-devel [platform:redhat]
libmysqlclient-dev [platform:dpkg]
libmysqlclient-devel [platform:suse]
libpq-dev [platform:dpkg]
mysql-client [platform:dpkg]
mysql-server [platform:dpkg]
postgresql-client [platform:dpkg]
postgresql-devel [platform:rpm]
postgresql-server [platform:rpm]
libxml2-dev [platform:dpkg test]
libxslt-devel [platform:rpm test]
libxslt1-dev [platform:dpkg test]

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tox.ini View File

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doc8 --ignore D001 --ignore-path .tox --ignore-path doc/build --ignore-path manila.egg-info -e .txt -e .rst -e .inc
whitelist_externals = rm
# Do not install any requirements. We want this to be fast and work even if
# system dependencies are missing, since it's used to tell you what system
# dependencies are missing! This also means that bindep must be installed
# separately, outside of the requirements files, and develop mode disabled
# explicitly to avoid unnecessarily installing the checked-out repo too (this
# further relies on "tox.skipsdist = True" above).
basepython = python3
deps = bindep
commands = bindep test
usedevelop = False
basepython = python3
setenv =