Setuptools v54.1.0 introduces a warning that the use of dash-separated
options in 'setup.cfg' will not be supported in a future version .
Get ahead of the issue by replacing the dashes with underscores. Without
this, we see 'UserWarning' messages like the following on new enough
versions of setuptools:
UserWarning: Usage of dash-separated 'description-file' will not be
supported in future versions. Please use the underscore name
Train was the last release supporting python2. Let's rip the bandaid
Also includes remove tripleo jobs from os-collect-config master
Co-Authored-By: xuanyandong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Co-Authored-By: Alex Schultz <email@example.com>
setup.cfg depends on the README file for its long description, so if
it's not in the source tarball, the build will bomb out. README.rst is an
automatically grokked name of a file for python and gets included
automatically. While we're dealing with this, add a MANIFEST.in to
ensure that AUTHORS and ChangeLog get installed too.
The name os-config-applier was too confusing given os-refresh-config as the
partner program, so we've decided to rename to os-apply-config.
To aid migration the old command name and default template path are still