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Here are the instructions for one time setup. Its simpler to start once everything is installed.
sudo apt-get update # make sure you have the latest packages sudo apt-get upgrade # make sure already installed packages are latest sudo apt-get install git python3 python3-venv python3-pip screen
Once the dependencies are installed, now clone the git repo into your home directory.
git clone https://github.com/adafruit/adabot.git cd adabot
First, set up a virtual environment and install the deps.
python3 -m venv .env source .env/bin/activate pip install -r requirements.txt
Adabot needs a few secrets to do her work. Never, ever check these into source control!
They are stored as environment variables in
So, copy the example
template-env.sh, edit it and save it as
cp template-env.sh env.sh nano env.sh
Do CTRL-X to exit and press Y to save the file before exiting.
Adabot can automatically commit information so git must know an email and name for the author.
git config --global user.email "<adabot's email>" git config --global user.name "Adafruit Adabot" git config --global credential.helper 'store --file ~/.adabot-git-credentials' git push
The git push won't actually push anything but it prompt for the bot's username and password. These will be stored in the ~/.adabot-git-credentials file which makes this not very secure. Make sure your OAUTH token has only the permissions it needs in case it ends up in someone else's hands.
To run Adabot we'll use screen to manage all of the individual pieces. Luckily, we have a screenrc file that manages starting everything up.
screen -c adabot.screenrc
This command will return back to your prompt with something like
[detached from 10866.pts-0.raspberrypi]. This means that Rosie is now
running within screen session behind the scenes. You can view output of it by
attaching to the screen with:
Once reattached you can stop everything by CTRL-Cing repeatedly or detach again with CTRL-A then D. If any errors occur, a sleep command will be run so you can view the output before screen shuts down.
To run the library statistics and validation script you must be inside this cloned adabot directory and run the following command:
python3 -m adabot.circuitpython_libraries
Ensure you have set BOTH the Github access token and Travis token environment variables beforehand--see the template-env.sh for the name and where to get tokens.
Applying Patches To All CircuitPython Libraries
To apply a patch to all CircuitPython libraries (only guaranteed for files shared among all libraries, such as those included in the cookiecutter (e.g. README.rst, .travis.yml, etc), do the following:
1. Apply your update(s) to any library as normal, using
git commit. It is recommended to
give a short, detailed description of the patch. This description will be used by the next
step for both the name of the patchfile and the subsequent patch messages.
2. Create a patch file using git format-patch.
There are many techniques to using git format-patch; choose the one that makes
sense for your updates. As a general usage example,
format-patch -n will create patches
n number of commits starting with the most recent:
# creates a patch file based on the last commit git format-patch -1 # creates patch files based on the last 5 commits git format-patch -5 # creates a patch file with zero lines of context (to eliminate any unique # text that will cause the patch to not be applicable). must use # 'git apply --unidiff-zero' flag to apply the patch. git format-patch -1 -U0
3. Place the new patch file into the
adabot/patches directory on a fork of the
adafruit/adabot repository, and
git commit with a description of the patch(es).
- Submit a Pull Request (PR) to the adafruit/adabot repository from the updated fork.
- Run the patch update script after the PR has been merged.
To run the patch update script you must be inside this cloned adabot directory and run the following command:
# note: ensure the local clone is current with the github repo that contains the patch(es) # by using git pull before running the script. python3 -m adabot.circuitpython_library_patches # The 'circuitpython_library_patches' script accepts command line arguments. Use # the help argument to display usage. python3 -m adabot.circuitpython_library_patches -h
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