Index of /Scripts/wizard
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Parent Directory 09-Nov-2013 17:18 -
LICENSE 05-Jun-2010 16:32 1k
RELEASE 05-Jun-2010 16:32 1k
SCRIPTS 14-Nov-2010 11:05 1k
TODO 25-Nov-2011 23:46 9k
VISION 09-Oct-2009 17:58 2k
bin/ 25-Nov-2011 23:46 -
doc/ 04-Sep-2011 19:56 -
plugins/ 08-Jun-2010 02:16 -
pull.sh 04-Sep-2011 12:42 1k
refresh.sh 12-Jul-2010 00:23 1k
run.sh 14-Nov-2010 11:05 1k
setup.py 04-Sep-2011 17:09 2k
srv/ 02-Jul-2009 02:45 -
tests/ 04-Sep-2011 13:07 -
wizard.egg-info/ 08-Jun-2010 02:17 -
wizard/ 18-Aug-2012 16:37 -
xoj/ 18-Aug-2009 03:29 -
Wizard is a next-generation autoinstall management system with
an eye towards flexibility and scalability. It is licensed
under the MIT license (you can view the license contents in
This is Python 2.6 only!
The command package
To add a new command to wizard, you need to touch the following
Add a line describing your command in the helpstring
Implement your command there as main(). Copy the function
signature and scaffolding from another file; it's non-trivial
Underscores in the module-name are referenced using dashes.
As a command file, you're expected to have a main() and parse_args()
function. Try to keep main() one to two page function that can
be browsed for a descriptive overview of what the command does
internally. Use helper functions to create self-documenting
code. Don't make helper functions for one-liners. Place
all error classes at the bottom.
Notes for repository creation
See documentation for full instructions.
- You are not going to be able to doctor a perfect repository
* If you have a simple change to a commit message, or
something that you don't really need interactive control
over (such as methodically rm'ing a file), git
filter-branch is very superior.
* 'git rebase -p -i' can be used to rewrite history interactively.
Doing this will nuke any manual merge resolution you
may have done (which may be a lot), thus, I highly
recommend that you enable rerere (rerere.enabled = true)
so that Git can automatically merge things for you.
If the merge fails, you'll still have to reconstitute
* You may want to consider using the Git sequencer, for
which you can find a patch on the interwebs (I've never
tried it before)
- The obvious scripts specific change that a new repository
will have are the patches, but you should also check the
autoinstall scripts if they do anything special. In particular:
- If it's a PHP application, it's probably inserting a php.ini
file and creating symlinks to it. Be sure to replace the
appropriate values with placeholders WIZARD_SESSIONNAME
and WIZARD_TMPDIR (Scripts)
- You will probably need to generate relevant configuration
files for each version using 'wizard prepare-config'
- A mass tool will plow ahead even if the subcommand throws
Wizard errors. Normal errors will cause us to halt
completely. If the error that occured is within the realm
of possibly, and should be dealt with by manual intervention
(or even possibly a code change), and would not cause harm
if we continued going, we will keep going, and let the maintainer
deal later on with the errors en masse.
If the error is due to an error in our toolchain (and thus
many installs can be fixed by fixing our end), we want to
be able to re-run the mass tool with minimal fuss.
- We use the Google Python style guide. See:
However, we use 4-space indents, not 2-space indents.