salt.states.zcbuildout

Management of zc.buildout

This module is inspired from minitage's buildout maker (https://github.com/minitage/minitage/blob/master/src/minitage/core/makers/buildout.py)

New in version 2016.3.0.

Note

This state module is beta; the API is subject to change and no promise as to performance or functionality is yet present

Available Functions

  • built

    installed1
      buildout.installed:
        - name: /path/to/buildout
    
    installed2
      buildout.installed:
        - name: /path/to/buildout
        - parts:
          - a
          - b
        - python: /path/to/pythonpath/bin/python
        - unless: /bin/test_something_installed
        - onlyif: /bin/test_else_installed
    
salt.states.zcbuildout.installed(name, config=u'buildout.cfg', quiet=False, parts=None, user=None, env=(), buildout_ver=None, test_release=False, distribute=None, new_st=None, offline=False, newest=False, python='/usr/bin/python', debug=False, verbose=False, unless=None, onlyif=None, use_vt=False, loglevel=u'debug', **kwargs)

Install buildout in a specific directory

It is a thin wrapper to modules.buildout.buildout

name
directory to execute in

quiet

do not output console & logs
config
buildout config to use (default: buildout.cfg)
parts
specific buildout parts to run
user

user used to run buildout as

New in version 2014.1.4.

env
environment variables to set when running
buildout_ver
force a specific buildout version (1 | 2)
test_release
buildout accept test release
new_st
Forcing use of setuptools >= 0.7
distribute
use distribute over setuptools if possible
offline
does buildout run offline
python
python to use
debug
run buildout with -D debug flag
onlyif
Only execute cmd if statement on the host return 0
unless
Do not execute cmd if statement on the host return 0
newest
run buildout in newest mode
verbose
run buildout in verbose mode (-vvvvv)
use_vt
Use the new salt VT to stream output [experimental]
loglevel
loglevel for buildout commands