git-os-job 1.1.1

The OpenStack project stores the logs for all of the test jobs related to a commit on http://logs.openstack.org organized by the commit hash. To review the logs after a job runs, most developers start with the message jenkins leaves on gerrit, and click through to the log files. Not all jenkins jobs are triggered by or related to a gerrit review, though (e.g, release tags).

git-os-job makes it easy to find those logs by finding the hash of the commit and using it to build the right URL. It will then either print the URL or open a web browser directly.

What’s new in 1.1.1?

  • don’t decode bytes to unicode twice

git-os-job 1.1.0

The OpenStack project stores the logs for all of the test jobs related to a commit on http://logs.openstack.org organized by the commit hash. To review the logs after a job runs, most developers start with the message jenkins leaves on gerrit, and click through to the log files. Not all jenkins jobs are triggered by or related to a gerrit review, though (e.g, release tags).

git-os-job makes it easy to find those logs by finding the hash of the commit and using it to build the right URL. It will then either print the URL or open a web browser directly.

What’s new in 1.1.0?

  • add –reverse option to go from log URL to review URL
  • decode command output for python 3 support
  • add -u alias for –url command

sphinxcontrib-paverutils 1.14.0

sphinxcontrib-paverutils provides an alternative integration of Sphinx and Paver. It supports calling Sphinx from within Paver using multiple configurations, and does not assume you only want to build HTML output.

What’s new in 1.14.0?

  • support pre-split command lines
  • add quiet option (contributed by Brad Miller)