Remove the customized test-requirements script

The gate-test-requirements job is doing the same thing.
We cannot use revert since it is breaking the gate-test-requiremnts job.

Change-Id: Ie5f4304b0cb59fda9bcc87df518e4c2ad9915b60
changes/06/442306/1
gong yong sheng 6 years ago
parent 8149d1714d
commit a2f1d9cc96

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========================
Tools for tacker
========================
sync_test_requirements.py
========================
Sync the test-requirements.txt with openstack global requirements.
Assume requirements prject is cloned at /opt/stack/requirements, to run::
$ git clone https://git.openstack.org/openstack/requirements.git /opt/stack/requirements
$ ./sync_test_requirements.py -g /opt/stack/requirements/global-requirements.txt -t ../test-requirements.txt -o ../test-requirements.txt
If this tool shows us the "../test-requirements.txt" is changed,
please commit it.
This tool is also used in tox.ini to check if the test-requirements.txt is
synchroized with global-requirements.txt. please refer to tox.ini for the
usage.

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#!/usr/bin/python
import getopt
import re
import sys
import tempfile
def printusage():
print('sync_test_requirements.py -g <globalrequirements>'
' -t <testrequirements>'
' [-o <outputfile>]')
def main(argv):
globareqfile = ''
testreqfile = ''
outputfile = ''
check = False
try:
opts, args = getopt.getopt(
argv,"hg:t:o:",
["globalrequirements=", "testrequirements=", "outputfile="])
except getopt.GetoptError:
printusage()
sys.exit(2)
for opt, arg in opts:
if opt == '-h':
printusage()
sys.exit()
elif opt in ("-g", "--globalrequirements"):
globareqfile = arg
elif opt in ("-o", "--outputfile"):
outputfile = arg
elif opt in ("-t", "--testrequirements"):
testreqfile = arg
if not outputfile:
with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(delete=False) as tempf:
outputfile = tempf.name
check = True
if not (globareqfile and testreqfile and (outputfile or check)):
printusage()
sys.exit(2)
lines = []
gmodules = {}
changed = 0
with open(testreqfile) as testfile:
lines = testfile.readlines()
with open(globareqfile) as globalfile:
globallines = globalfile.readlines()
for gline in globallines:
gline = gline.rstrip('\n')
gmodulename = re.split('[<>=]', gline)[0]
moduleparts = gline.split("#")
modulepart = moduleparts[0].rstrip(" ")
modulelicense = ("" if len(moduleparts) <= 1 else
moduleparts[1].strip(" "))
gmodules[gmodulename] =(modulepart, modulelicense)
with open(outputfile, 'w') as ofile:
for line in lines:
if line.startswith('#'):
ofile.write(line)
continue
line = line.rstrip('\n')
modulename = re.split('[<>=]', line)[0]
moduleparts = line.split("#")
modulepart = moduleparts[0].rstrip(" ")
modulelicense = ("" if len(moduleparts) <= 1 else
moduleparts[1].strip(" "))
if (gmodules.get(modulename) and
(modulepart, modulelicense) != gmodules.get(modulename)):
changed = 1
if gmodules.get(modulename)[1]:
ofile.write(" # ".join(gmodules.get(modulename)) + "\n")
else:
ofile.write(gmodules.get(modulename)[0] + "\n")
else:
ofile.write(line + "\n")
if changed:
if check:
print("%s is not synchronized with global requirements." %
testreqfile)
else:
print(testreqfile + " is changed.\n")
sys.exit(1)
if __name__ == "__main__":
main(sys.argv[1:])

@ -26,7 +26,6 @@ setenv = {[testenv]setenv}
deps =
{[testenv:functional]deps}
commands =
{toxinidir}/tools/sync_test_requirements.py -g {toxinidir}/../requirements/global-requirements.txt -t {toxinidir}/test-requirements.txt )
{toxinidir}/tools/ostestr_compat_shim.sh --concurrency 2 {posargs}
[tox:jenkins]

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