[Gluster-Maintainers] [Gluster-devel] Glusto Happenings
atumball at redhat.com
Mon Sep 24 12:17:59 UTC 2018
Planning to discuss this in next week's Gluster Maintainer's meeting.
Please make sure we have Glusto maintainers in the meeting, so we can have
a good syncup!
On Wed, Sep 19, 2018 at 10:15 PM, Jonathan Holloway <jholloway at redhat.com>
> Sounds good. I'll talk to Vijay and Akarsha about providing updates on
> some of their activities with the test repo too.
> On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 7:37 PM Amye Scavarda <amye at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Adding Maintainers as that's the group that will be more interested in
>> Our next maintainers meeting is October 1st, want to present on what the
>> current status is there?
>> - amye
>> On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 12:29 AM Jonathan Holloway <jholloway at redhat.com>
>>> Hi Gluster-devel,
>>> It's been awhile, since we updated gluster-devel on things related to
>>> The big thing in the works for Glusto is Python3 compatibility.
>>> A port is in progress, and the target is October to have a branch ready
>>> for testing. Look for another update here when that is available.
>>> Thanks to Vijay Avuthu for testing a change to the Python2 version of
>>> Carteplex (the cartesian product module in Glusto that drives the runs_on
>>> decorator used in Gluster tests). Tests inheriting from GlusterBaseClass
>>> have been using im_func to make calls against the base class setUp method.
>>> This change allows the use of super() as well as im_func.
>>> On a related note, the syntax for both im_func and super() changes in
>>> Python3. The "Developer Guide for Tests and Libraries" section of the
>>> glusterfs/glusto-tests docs currently shows "GlusterBaseClass.setUp.im_func(self)",
>>> but will be updated with the preferred call for Python3.
>>> And lastly, you might have seen an issue with tests under Python2 where
>>> a run kicked off via py.test or /usr/bin/glusto would immediately fail with
>>> a message indicating gcc needs to be installed. The problem was specific to
>>> a recent update of PyTest and scandir, and the original workaround was to
>>> install gcc or a previous version of pytest and scandir. The scandir
>>> maintainer fixed the issue upstream with scandir 1.9.0 (available in PyPI).
>>> That's all for now.
>>> Jonathan (loadtheacc)
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