migration/postcreate.py
author David Douard <david.douard@logilab.fr>
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 12:51:47 +0100
changeset 1740 f3137466457a
parent 1461 906875682b46
child 1622 84913fb4d2e7
permissions -rw-r--r--
Big Refactoring (BR) of the test execution model Get rid of narval preprocessors in favor of Recipes - Each preprocessing recipe must be run from the "main" recipe (thus we add a ATest.exec_recipe() method that can be called from Recipe execution). - We add a (Repository, checkout_recipe, Recipe) relation, which is the Recipe that tells how to retrieve the code for a given Repository - Also add a (ProjectEnvironment, setup_recipe, Recip) dedicated to perform the installation for a project (compile and install) - Add implementations for these recipes for Python project - Rewrite the quick recipe using this new model

# postcreate script. You could setup a workflow here for example

wf = add_workflow(u'Test configuration workflow', 'TestConfig')
activated = wf.add_state(_('activated'), initial=True)
deactivated = wf.add_state(_('deactivated'))
wf.add_transition(_('deactivate'), activated, deactivated,
                  requiredgroups=('managers',))
wf.add_transition(_('activate'), deactivated, activated,
                  requiredgroups=('managers',))

# workflows don't consider schema inheritance, so we need to set it explicitly
rql('SET WF workflow_of TE, TE default_workflow WF WHERE WF workflow_of P, '
    'P name "Plan", TE name "TestExecution"')
commit()


print " RECIPES ".center(60, "=")
from cubes.apycot import recipes
recipes.create_recipes(session)
commit()