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From Dave Brondsema <d...@brondsema.net>
Subject Re: Installing virtualenv to build slaves
Date Mon, 26 Jan 2015 22:13:23 GMT
On 1/25/15 7:22 PM, Lewis John Mcgibbney wrote:
> Hi builds@,
> I'm attempting to configure a new Jenkins Job for Apache Open Climate
> Workbench master branch [0].
> I am trying to achieve a number of tasks as part of the build namely;
>  * test the installation procedure so we can verify it is working smoothly
>  * run some unit tests
>  * build the documentation and make this available
> 
> It is a Python codebase and in order to do the above I need to install a
> dependency trail using pip, easy_install, etc.
> I've tried using pip to install virtualenv however I am running in to
> permission issues.
> Can someone advise on how other Python projects are working these
> challenges and how I can configure the build properly?
> Thanks in advance for any info.
> Lewis
> 
> [0]
> https://builds.apache.org/view/A-D/view/Climate/job/climate_master_build/
> 

Apache Allura is written in python, and our virtualenv setup for Jenkins is like
this:

rm -rf ".allura-venv"
if [ ! -f virtualenv-*/virtualenv.py ]; then
    wget --no-check-certificate
https://pypi.python.org/packages/source/v/virtualenv/virtualenv-1.9.1.tar.gz || exit
    tar xvfz virtualenv-*.tar.gz
fi
python virtualenv-*/virtualenv.py .allura-venv
. .allura-venv/bin/activate




And after that, the `pip` inside of the virtualenv is available to install
further packages as needed.




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