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Windows / Hyper-V library for OpenStack projects.
This library contains Windows / Hyper-V specific code commonly used in OpenStack projects. The library can be used in any other OpenStack projects where it is needed.
os-win is released on Pypi, meaning that it can be installed and upgraded via pip. To install os-win, run the following command:
pip install os-win
To upgrade os-win, run the following command:
pip install -U os-win
Note that the first OpenStack release to use os-win is Mitaka. Previous releases do not benefit from this library.
You will have to install the test dependencies first to be able to run the tests.
C:\os_win> pip install -r requirements.txt C:\os_win> pip install -r test-requirements.txt
You can run the unit tests with the following command.
C:\os_win> nosetests os_win\tests\unit
To contribute to this project, please go through the following steps.
os-win is currently used in the following OpenStack projects: