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provide deployment script using fabric

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Michael Prokop 11 years ago
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  1. 10
      Makefile
  2. 40
      fabfile.py

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Makefile

@ -14,4 +14,14 @@ install: $(scripts)
mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)/usr/share/jenkins-debian-glue/examples/
install -m 0664 examples/* $(DESTDIR)/usr/share/jenkins-debian-glue/examples/
deploy:
fab all
clean:
rm -f fabfile.pyc
# avoid recursion via debian/rules clean, so manually rm:
rm -f debian/files debian/jenkins-debian-glue.debhelper.log
rm -f debian/jenkins-debian-glue.substvars
rm -rf debian/jenkins-debian-glue/
.PHONY: build install

40
fabfile.py

@ -0,0 +1,40 @@
################################################################################
# Deploy Debian package to jenkins build system(s)
#
# Usage examples:
# % fab all
# % fab build && fab deploy
# % fab -H root@jenkins.example.org deploy
################################################################################
from fabric.api import *
import os, paramiko, sys
def set_hosts():
if not env.hosts:
env.hosts = []
for host in 'jenkins', 'jenkins-slave1', 'jenkins-slave2':
config = paramiko.SSHConfig()
config.parse(open(os.path.expandvars("$HOME") + '/.ssh/config'))
h = config.lookup(host)
env.hosts.append(h['user'] + "@" + h['hostname'])
return env.hosts
@runs_once
def build():
local('rm -f ../jenkins-debian-glue_*all.deb')
local('fakeroot debian/rules clean')
local('fakeroot debian/rules binary')
@hosts(set_hosts())
def deploy():
put('../jenkins-debian-glue_*all.deb', '~/')
run('dpkg -i ~/jenkins-debian-glue_*all.deb')
def all():
build()
deploy()
## END OF FILE #################################################################
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