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sdistmaker

Create sdist tarballs from svn tags, intended for use with a company-internal svn repository. Creates sdist tarballs into a directory you can then serve with apache.

sdistmaker used to be called tha.sdistmaker before version 1.2.

Installation and basic usage

A simple easy_install sdistmaker is enough. This gives you two scripts:

  • make_sdist, mainly for test purposes. Pass it an svn tag url and a destination dir and it will make a release.
  • sdists_from_tags is the main script. It searches an svn structure for suitable tags and makes releases of them.

For starters, just run sdists_from_tags. It will create a var/private directory and fill it with (as an example!) all zest.releaser releases.

Both scripts have a --help option that show all available options and a usage instruction.

Configuration

Configuration is by means of a python file. Easiest way to get started is by printing sdistmaker's own base defaults.py by doing:

$> sdists_from_tags --print-example-defaults

Save the output as a python file (suggestion: defaults.py). You can then adapt it to your liking and use it with sdists_from_tags --defaults-file=defaults.py. The defaults file is documented in-line, so it should be easy to adapt.

Usage in a buildout

You can use sdistmaker in a buildout like this:

[buildout]
parts = sdists

[sdists]
recipe = zc.recipe.egg
eggs = sdistmaker
scripts = sdists_from_tags
# arguments =
#     defaults_file='${buildout:directory}/defaults.py',

The defaults.py is created in the same way as above.

Using sdistmaker in combination with the real pypi

A structure like generated with sdistmaker is a perfect index for easy_install and buildout if you let apache host it. Only problem: you can only have one index (note: pip apparently supports multiple indexes). You can solve this problem by having apache redirect you to pypi when something is not found.

Here's an example apache config snippet:

# Allow indexing
Options +Indexes
IndexOptions FancyIndexing VersionSort

# Start of rewriterules to use our own var/private/* packages
# when available and to redirect to pypi if not.
RewriteEngine On
# Use our robots.txt:
RewriteRule ^/robots.txt - [L]
# Use our apache's icons:
RewriteRule ^/icons/.* - [L]
# We want OUR index.  Specified in a weird way as apache
# searches in a weird way for index.htm index.html index.php etc.
RewriteRule ^/index\..* - [L]

# Use our var/private/PROJECTNAME if available,
# redirect to pypi otherwise:
RewriteCond /path/on/server/var/private/$1 !-f
RewriteCond /path/on/server/var/private/$1 !-d
RewriteRule ^/([^/]+)/?$ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/$1/ [P,L]

# Use our var/private/PROJECTNAME/project-0.1.tar.gz if available,
# redirect to pypi otherwise:
RewriteCond /path/on/server/var/private/$1 !-d
RewriteRule ^/([^/]+)/([^/]+)$ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/$1/$2 [P,L]

Using the apache-served index

You can use such a custom apache-served index in two ways. Easy_install has a -i option for passing along an index:

$> easy_install -i http://packages.my.server/ zest.releaser

In buildout, you can set it like this:

[buildout]
index = http://packages.my.server/
parts =
    ...

Reporting bugs

You can report bugs or feature requests at http://bitbucket.org/reinout/sdistmaker/issues/

Credits

Written by Reinout van Rees. Started while at The Health Agency, improved at Nelen & Schuurmans.

Dev-and-revision-marker fix by Wouter Vanden Hove.