blueprint - Blueprint Python library
import blueprint b1 = blueprint.Blueprint.create('foo') b1.commit() b2 = blueprint.Blueprint.checkout('foo') b2.puppet().dumpf(gzip=True) b2.chef().dumpf(gzip=True) b2.sh().dumpf(gzip=True)
blueprint.Blueprint class manages blueprints stored in the local blueprint repository using the
git(1) tools. New blueprints are created by calling the
blueprint.Blueprint.create class method with a name. Previously committed blueprints are recalled by calling the
blueprint.Blueprint.checkout class method with a name and optionally a commit. Empty blueprints are created by calling the
blueprint.Blueprint objects may be subtracted from one another.
blueprint.Blueprint objects support the following properties:
dumps() serializes and returns the blueprint as JSON.
) records a new revision of this blueprint, optionally with message as its Git commit message.
Script objects, respectively. See the next section.
walk() is a generic implementation of the algorithm described in
blueprint(5) which accepts callbacks as keyword arguments:
before_sources():Executed before source tarballs are enumerated.
source(dirname, filename, gen_content, url):Executed when a source tarball is enumerated. Either
gen_content, when not
None, is a callable that will return the file's contents.
after_sources():Executed after source tarballs are enumerated.
before_files():Executed before files are enumerated.
file(pathname, f):Executed when a file is enumerated.
after_files():Executed after files are enumerated.
before_packages(manager):Executed before a package manager's dependencies are enumerated.
package(manager, package, version):Executed when a package version is enumerated.
after_packages(manager):Executed after a package manager's dependencies are enumerated.
before_services(manager):Executed before a service manager's dependencies are enumerated.
service(manager, service, deps):Executed when a service is enumerated.
service_file(manager, service, pathname):Executed when a file dependency is enumerated.
service_package(manager, service, package_managername, package):Executed when a package dependency is enumerated.
service_source(manager, service, dirname):Executed when a source tarball dependency is enumerated.
after_services(manager):Executed after a service manager's dependencies are enumerated.
blueprint.Blueprint class (not individual instances) supports
) to destroy a blueprint,
iter() to iterate over the names of blueprints,
) to load blueprint JSON from a file-like object, and
) to load blueprint JSON from a string.
blueprint.backend module implements
blueprint-create(1). Each module within (for example,
blueprint.backend.apt) must contain a function by the same name (in the example,
blueprint.backend.apt.apt) which accepts a
blueprint.Blueprint object and a
blueprint.rules.Rules object. When
blueprint.backend is imported, it finds all such functions, lists them in
blueprint.backend.__all__, and imports the function. Use the backend functions thus:
import blueprint b = blueprint.Blueprint() import blueprint.rules r = blueprint.rules.defaults() import blueprint.backend for funcname in blueprint.backend.__all__: getattr(blueprint.backend, funcname)(b, r)
blueprint.context_managers module implements context managers used throughout
old_cwdis available on the context object containing the previous working directory.
cwdis available on the context object containing the previous working directory. When the context closes, the temporary directory and all its contents are removed recursively.
blueprint.frontend.sh.Script all implement similar interfaces to code generation.
blueprint.frontend.sh.sh all accept a
blueprint.Blueprint as their argument and return one of the above types, which have the following methods.
dumps() returns a string containing code in the language implemented by the class that received the call. If the blueprint contains source tarballs,
dumps() may raise
) returns the name of a file, possibly in a newly-created directory, containing code in the language implemented by the class that received the call. The file or directory is created in the current working directory. If
gzip=True, the file or directory will compressed and the resulting tarball will be left in the current working directory.
blueprint.git module exposes the
git(1) tools to Python via the standard
blueprint.git.git is a direct proxy to running arbitrary Git commands. Several commands have been wrapped specially to expose their results:
blueprint.io.server module contains a Flask application called
app which implements the HTTP endpoints expected by
This application requires the
boto Python libraries and recommends the
gunicorn HTTP server. The tests reqmore the
nose-cov Python libraries.
blueprint.managers.PackageManager class is a
unicode subclass that is used as the key in the
packages dictionary. It is a callable that can translate package names and versions into shell commands for installing the package. For example:
blueprint.managers.ServiceManager class is like
blueprint.managers.PackageManager but the callables to generate restart commands accept only one argument: the service name. For example:
blueprint.rules.Rules class is a
defaultdict(list) subclass that responds to
ignore_source. It is instantiated by
blueprint.rules.defaults() to access
~/.blueprintignore or by
blueprint.rules.Rules.parse(f) to parse
blueprintignore(5) rules from a file-like object.
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