Package Peek Plugins¶
Packaging a Production Release¶
A release is a zip file containing all the required python packages to install the plugins after the platform release has installed.
Windows users must use bash. setup_msys_git
Create the release directory:
You should clean up any previously packaged releases:
rm -rf ~/plugin-release-dir
Change to release directory:
Copy your private plugins “source distributions” into the release directory.
To build a source distribution, cd to the plugin dir and run the following:
# build the source distribution cd ~/project/peek-plugin-example python setup.py sdist # Copy the source distribution to our release dir cp ~/project/peek-plugin-example/dist/peek-plugin-example-#.#.#.tar.gz ~/plugin-release-dir
The documentation to create plugins includes a
publish.sh script, this does the
- Checks for uncomitted changes
- Updates version numbers on variose files in the code
- Commits the version updates
- Tags the commit
- Optionally, uploads the plugin to PYPI
- Optionally, copies the dist to $RELEASE_DIR
export RELEASE_DIR=`ls -d ~/plugin-release-dir` # build the source distribution cd ~/project/peek-plugin-example bash publish.sh #.#.# # Where #.#.# is the new version
Repeat this step for each private plugin.
Make a wheel dir for windows or Linux.
mkdir ~/plugin-release-dir/plugin-win cd ~/plugin-release-dir/plugin-win
mkdir ~/plugin-release-dir/plugin-linux cd ~/plugin-release-dir/plugin-linux
Build Wheel archives for your private requirements and dependencies. Wheel archives are “binary distributions”, they are compiled into the python byte code for specific architectures and versions of python.
This will also pull in all of the dependencies, and allow for an offline install later.
# Example of pulling in the desired public plugins as well PUB="peek-plugin-noop" PUB="$PUB peek-plugin-user" PUB="$PUB peek-plugin-active-task" PUB="$PUB peek-plugin-chat" # Private Plugins PRI=`ls ../*.tar.gz # Build the wheels pip wheel --no-cache --find-links ../ $PRI $PUB
Zip the plugin dist dir.
cd ~ tar cvjf plugin-win.tar.bz2 -C ~/plugin-release-dir plugin-win
cd ~ tar cvjf plugin-linux.tar.bz2 -C ~/plugin-release-dir plugin-linux
Cleanup the release directory:
rm -rf cd ~/plugin-release-dir