Object model for querying information and manipulating deployments of autoinstalls. Every Deployment has an app.ApplicationVersion which in turn has an app.Application.
Represents a deployment of an autoinstall, e.g. directory that has a .wizard directory in it. Supply version with an ApplicationVersion only if you were reading from the versions store and care about speed (data from there can be stale).
For legacy purposes, deployments can also be marked by a .scripts directory or a .scripts-version file.
The app.ApplicationVersion of this deployment.
The app.Application of this deployment.
The absolute path to .wizard/backups.
The absolute path of the .wizard/blacklisted file.
Whether or not an autoinstall has been configured/installed for use.
Returns the real version, based on filesystem, of install.
Throws a VersionDetectionError if we couldn’t figure out what the real version was.
The absolute path of the .wizard/dsn override file.
Extracts all the values of all variables from deployment. These variables may be used for parametrizing generic parent commits and include things such as database access credentials and local configuration.
Absolute path to the deployment
Whether or not the autoinstalls has been migrated.
Initializes url with a possible URL the web application may be located at. It may be called again to switch to another possible URL, usually in the event of a web access failure.
The wizard.old_log.Log of this deployment. This is only applicable to un-migrated autoinstalls.
The absolute path of either .scripts-version.
Parses a line from the versions store.
Use this method only when speed is of the utmost importance. You should prefer to directly create a deployment with only a location when possible.
The absolute path of the .wizard/pending file.
Reads a file’s contents, possibly from cache unless force is True.
Manually resets the application version; useful if the working copy is off in space (i.e. not anchored to something we can git describe off of) or there is no metadata to be heard of.
The urlparse.ParseResult for this deployment.
The absolute path of the .wizard/url override file.
Checks if this is an autoinstall, throws an exception if there are problems. If no_touch is True, it will not attempt edit the installation.
Checks if the autoinstall is configured running.
Checks if the autoinstall’s Git repository makes sense, checking if the tag is parseable and corresponds to a real application, and if the tag in this repository corresponds to the one in the remote repository.
Checks if the purported version has a corresponding tag in the upstream repository.
Checks if our version and the version number recorded in a file are consistent.
The distutils.version.LooseVersion of this deployment.
The absolute path of the .wizard/version file.
The absolute path of the Wizard directory.
Represents the production copy of a deployment. This copy is canonical, and is the only one guaranteed to be accessible via web, have a database, etc.
Performs a backup of database schemas and other non-versioned data.
Performs a HTTP request on the website.
Deletes all non-local or non-filesystem data (such as databases) that this application uses.
Restores a backup. Destroys state, so be careful! Also, this does NOT restore the file-level backup, which is what ‘wizard restore’ does, so you probably do NOT want to call this elsewhere unless you know what you’re doing (call ‘wizard restore’ instead).
Performs an upgrade of database schemas and other non-versioned data.
Checks if the autoinstall has a properly configured database.
Checks if the autoinstall is viewable from the web. If you do not run this, there is no guarantee that the url returned by this application is the correct one.
Represents a temporary clone of a deployment that we can make modifications to without fear of interfering with a production deployment. More operations are permitted on these copies.
Edits files in dir to replace WIZARD_* variables with literal instances based on deployment. This is used for constructing virtual merge bases, and as such deployment will generally not equal self.
Edits files in the deployment such that any user-specific configuration is replaced with generic WIZARD_* variables.
Performs various edits to files in the current working directory in order to make a merge go more smoothly. This is usually used to fix botched line-endings.
Resolves conflicted files in this working copy. Returns whether or not all conflicted files were resolved or not. Fully resolved files are added to the index, but no commit is made.
Generator function for iterating through all autoinstalls. Each item is an instance of Deployment, or possibly a wizard.deploy.Error if yield_errors is True. You can filter out applications and versions by specifying app or app-1.2.3 in show. This function may generate log output.
Decorator for making a function have working directory Deployment.location.
Base error class for this module
The deployment contained a .git directory but no .wizard directory.
Directory of deployment
The deployment contains a .scripts-version file, but no .git or .wizard directory.
Directory of deployment
The install was missing essential configuration.
Directory of unconfigured install
Application is not an autoinstall.
Directory of the not autoinstall
The install was missing a .git directory, but had a .wizard directory.
Directory of the corrupted install
Deployment has a tag that does not have an equivalent in upstream repository.
Could not find tag in local repository.
Pristine tag commit ID does not match upstream pristine tag commit ID.
Wizard tag commit ID does not match upstream wizard tag commit ID.
HEAD is not connected to tag.
Tag that HEAD should have been descendant of.
Could not detect real version of application.
Git version of application does not match detected version.
Version from Git
Could not access the application on the web
Could not access the database
Could not determine application’s web path.