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Story #102

As a user, I can remove Python packages from my repositories using pulp-admin

Added by rbarlow almost 6 years ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:
CLOSED - CURRENTRELEASE
Priority:
High
Sprint/Milestone:
-
Start date:
Due date:
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:
Platform Release:
Target Release - Python:
0.0.0
Groomed:
No
Sprint Candidate:
No
Tags:
Pulp 2
Sprint:
January 2015
Quarter:

Description

The platform supports removing Python packages via the REST API, but the Python admin client extensions do not yet include the command. Deliverables:

  • Add a command to remove Python packages from repositories
  • Include unit tests for the command
  • Document the command, perhaps in the getting started/recipe section of the documentation.

History

#2 Updated by cduryee almost 6 years ago

  • Sprint/Milestone set to 9

#3 Updated by skarmark@redhat.com almost 6 years ago

  • Assignee set to skarmark@redhat.com

#4 Updated by skarmark@redhat.com almost 6 years ago

  • Status changed from NEW to ASSIGNED

#5 Updated by skarmark@redhat.com almost 6 years ago

  • Status changed from ASSIGNED to POST
  • % Done changed from 0 to 90

#6 Updated by rbarlow almost 6 years ago

  • Platform Release set to 0.0.0

#7 Updated by skarmark@redhat.com over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from POST to 7
  • % Done changed from 90 to 100

#8 Updated by skarmark@redhat.com over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from 7 to MODIFIED

Just realised that we are moving it to 'modified' after merging and NOT to closed. Updating status accordingly.

#9 Updated by rbarlow over 5 years ago

On 01/20/2015 05:55 PM, Sayli Karmarkar wrote:

Just realised that we are moving it to 'modified' after merging and NOT
to closed. Updating status accordingly.

Redmine has a feature where you can write fixes or closes and a bug
number in your commit message, and when it gets merged it will
automatically set your issue to the correct state and also make a
comment on it that has a link to your commit. It's pretty sweet. I've
been writing it as the last line of my commit message, like this:

closes #102

By the way, you can also write re #102 to add a comment on a bug without
changing its state. I did this when something I did failed tests later
and I needed to make an additional commit on an existing issue, but the
state didn't need to be changed.

#10 Updated by rbarlow over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from MODIFIED to 5

This actually got released already with 0.0.0, but we forgot to mark it as such.

#11 Updated by bmbouter over 5 years ago

  • Platform Release deleted (0.0.0)
  • Target Release - Python set to 0.0.0

#12 Updated by rbarlow over 4 years ago

  • Status changed from 5 to CLOSED - CURRENTRELEASE

#13 Updated by bmbouter over 2 years ago

  • Sprint set to January 2015

#14 Updated by bmbouter over 2 years ago

  • Sprint/Milestone deleted (9)

#15 Updated by bmbouter over 1 year ago

  • Tags Pulp 2 added

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