Commit be473bd2 authored by Micky Del Favero's avatar Micky Del Favero

First commit for my own package based on ubuntu's one.

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language: go
- osx
- 1.5
- 1.6
- tip
fast_finish: true
- go: tip
- "mkdir -p $GOPATH/"
- "rsync -az ${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}/ $HOME/gopath/src/"
- "make client"
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POFILES=$(wildcard po/*.po)
MOFILES=$(patsubst %.po,,$(POFILES))
LINGUAS=$(basename $(POFILES))
# dist is primarily for use when packaging; for development we still manage
# dependencies via `go get` explicitly.
# TODO: use git describe for versioning
VERSION=$(shell grep "var Version" shared/flex.go | cut -d'"' -f2)
.PHONY: default
# Must run twice due to go get race
-go get -t -v -d ./...
-go get -t -v -d ./...
go install -v $(DEBUG) ./...
@echo "LXD built successfully"
.PHONY: client
# Must run twice due to go get race
-go get -t -v -d ./...
-go get -t -v -d ./...
go install -v $(DEBUG) ./lxc
@echo "LXD client built successfully"
.PHONY: update
# Must run twice due to go get race
-go get -t -v -d -u ./...
go get -t -v -d -u ./...
@echo "Dependencies updated"
# This only needs to be done when migrate.proto is actually changed; since we
# commit the .pb.go in the tree and it's not expected to change very often,
# it's not a default build step.
.PHONY: protobuf
protoc --go_out=. ./lxd/migrate.proto
.PHONY: check
check: default
go get -v -x
@# go vet can (and does on go < 1.5) fail
go get -v -x || true
go test -v ./...
cd test && ./
go build -compiler gccgo ./...
@echo "LXD built successfully with gccgo"
.PHONY: dist
rm -Rf lxd-$(VERSION) $(ARCHIVE) $(ARCHIVE).gz
mkdir -p lxd-$(VERSION)/dist
-GOPATH=$(shell pwd)/lxd-$(VERSION)/dist go get -t -v -d ./...
GOPATH=$(shell pwd)/lxd-$(VERSION)/dist go get -t -v -d ./...
rm -rf $(shell pwd)/lxd-$(VERSION)/dist/src/
ln -s ../../../.. ./lxd-$(VERSION)/dist/src/
git archive --prefix=lxd-$(VERSION)/ --output=$(ARCHIVE) HEAD
tar -uf $(ARCHIVE) --exclude-vcs lxd-$(VERSION)/
gzip -9 $(ARCHIVE)
rm -Rf dist lxd-$(VERSION) $(ARCHIVE)
.PHONY: i18n update-po update-pot build-mo static-analysis
i18n: update-pot
po/ po/%.po
msgfmt --statistics -o $@ $<
po/%.po: po/$(DOMAIN).pot
msgmerge -U po/$*.po po/$(DOMAIN).pot
-for lang in $(LINGUAS); do\
msgmerge -U $$lang.po po/$(DOMAIN).pot; \
rm -f $$lang.po~; \
go get -v -x
xgettext-go -o po/$(DOMAIN).pot --add-comments-tag=TRANSLATORS: --sort-output --package-name=$(DOMAIN) --keyword=i18n.G --keyword-plural=i18n.NG *.go shared/*.go lxc/*.go lxd/*.go
build-mo: $(MOFILES)
/bin/bash -x -c ". test/; static_analysis"
tags: *.go lxd/*.go shared/*.go lxc/*.go
find . | grep \.go | grep -v git | grep -v .swp | grep -v vagrant | xargs gotags > tags
REST API, command line tool and OpenStack integration plugin for LXC.
LXD is pronounced lex-dee.
To easily see what LXD is about, you can [try it online](
## CI status
* Travis: [![Build Status](](
* Jenkins: [![Build Status](](
## Getting started with LXD
Since LXD development is happening at such a rapid pace, we only provide daily
builds right now. They're available via:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-lxc/lxd-git-master && sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install lxd
Because group membership is only applied at login, you then either need to
close and re-open your user session or use the "newgrp lxd" command in the
shell you're going to interact with lxd from.
newgrp lxd
After you've got LXD installed and a session with the right permissions, you
can take your [first steps](#first-steps).
## Building from source
We recommend having the latest versions of liblxc (>= 1.1 required) and CRIU
(>= 1.7 recommended) available for LXD development. Additionally, LXD requires
Golang 1.5 or later to work. All the right versions dependencies are available
via the LXD PPA: