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Wow, didn't really expect you to read this far down. The latest iteration of the site is in open beta. It's a gentle open beta-- not in prime-time just yet. It's being hosted over at UpGuard (link) and you are more than welcome to give it a shot. Couple things:
If you tried the other Python version of Convert JSON to YAML and you end up with lines that has "!!python/unicode", this version of the command is for you.
List all dependencies manifests so you can install them.
In a scenario where you want to deploy a number of web applications and run their dependency managers, how could you run all of them in a systematic order.
One of the complexity is to ensure you get only your own top level dependencies. That way, you don recursively call development dependencies of your own dependencies.
Otherwise you might end up discovering dependency management manifests that are already been pulled by your own projects.
# Using this command
This command helps me find them and I can then run what?s required to pull them from their respective sources.
This command assumes the following:
1. Your code checkouts are in a flat repository layout (i.e. not nested).
2. Finds manifests for:
- NPM (nodejs),
- Composer (php),
- requirements.txt (Python), and
- git submodules
When booting a VM through OpenStack and managed through cloudinit, the hosts file gets to write a line simiar to
127.0.1.1 ns0.novalocal ns0
This command proven useful while installing a configuration manager such as Salt Stack (or Puppet, or Ansible) and getting node name
When I do a major change in my entities, I want to find a way to find all my Entities names and create the commande for me.
So instead of doing ls src/Your/OwnBundle... and then do it manually, this helps a lot.