sphinxcontrib-spelling 5.3.0

thumbnail imageNew Features Add a configuration option spelling_exclude_patterns to manage skipping spell checking for some input files. The option uses a list of glob-style patterns that are matched against the source file names relative to the source directory. See the configuration documentation for more details. Contributed by sdelliot.

sphinxcontrib-spelling 5.2.1

thumbnail imageBug Fixes Updated to only create .spelling output files for inputs that generate spelling warnings. Fixes #63. Details update documentation with example output log files as they are created add separate spelling target in tox only create output files when writing warnings

sphinxcontrib-spelling 5.2.0

thumbnail imageNew Features The builder is now registered using an entry point, so that if the spelling directive is not used in a project sphinxcontrib.spelling does not need to be included explicitly in the extensions list in conf.py in order to use it with the project on the command line. PyEnchant is an optional dependency. If it is not installed, the spell checker will not work, but the extension can still be initialized.

beagle 0.3.0

What’s new in 0.3.0? Add repo-pattern usages examples in the doc (contributed by Hervé Beraud) Add an option to filter repositories in search results Refresh python’s versions and their usages (contributed by Hervé Beraud)

sphinxcontrib-spelling 5.1.2

thumbnail imageWhat’s new in 5.1.2? Mark as unsafe for parallel builds (contributed by Jared Dillard) Add -W arg to sphinx-build in docs so warnings cause error (contributed by Elsa Gonsiorowski, PhD)

sphinxcontrib-spelling 5.1.0

thumbnail imageWhat’s new in 5.1.0? Add an option to show the line containing a misspelling for context (contributed by Huon Wilson)

beagle 0.2.2

What’s new in 0.2.2? fix the reference to undefined function in link formatter Fix issues (contributed by Hervé Beraud) Refactor pipelines (contributed by Hervé Beraud) [doc] refresh oslo examples (contributed by Hervé Beraud)

sphinxcontrib-spelling 5.0.0

thumbnail imageWhat’s new in 5.0.0? Drop Python 2.7 support. (contributed by Johannes Raggam) allow customizing with classes using import strings pyenchant is now maintained (contributed by Adam Johnson)

Introducing Metal3

Metal³ (metal cubed/Kube) is a new open source bare metal host provisioning tool created to enable Kubernetes-native infrastructure management. Metal³ enables the management of bare metal hosts via custom resources managed through the Kubernetes API as well as the monitoring of bare metal host metrics to Prometheus. This presentation explains the motivations behind creating the project and what has been accomplished so far. This will be followed by an architectural overview and description of the Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) for describing bare metal hosts, leading to a demonstration of using Metal³ in a Kubernetes cluster.