Bash is a little weird in that it doesn't interpret newlines the usual way inside an eval command. The comments from the previous commit thus made the entire command a comment, so to fix that we move the comments to the end.
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|bin||Add euare-assumerole and euare-releaserole|
|certs||Add cn-north-1's bundle certificate|
|conf||Add empyrean and properties URLs to localhost region|
|euca2ools||Move assume/releaserole quotes to the end|
|man||Add key=value attr syntax to eulb-create-lb-policy|
|.gitignore||Add /.idea to .gitignore|
|INSTALL||Explicitly say we depend on openssl 1|
|MANIFEST.in||Add man pages to MANIFEST.in|
|README||Reflect EC2 API version bump in README|
|generate-manpages.sh||Update man pages|
|requirements.txt||Update auth class refs for requestbuilder 0.3|
|requirements26.txt||Update auth class refs for requestbuilder 0.3|
|setup.py||Merge branch 'maint-3.2'|
Euca2ools are command line tools used to interact with Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as other services that are compatible with AWS, such as Eucalyptus. They aim to use the same input as similar tools provided by AWS for each service individually along with several enhancements that make them easier to use with multiple clouds at once. Euca2ools provide the functionality of AWS's REST-based and Query-based APIs for the following services: - Auto Scaling (2011-01-01) (commands start with "euscale") - CloudFormation (2010-05-15) (commands start with "euform") - CloudWatch (2010-08-01) (commands start with "euwatch") - EC2 (2014-06-15) (commands start with "euca") - Elastic Load Balancing (2012-06-01) (commands start with "eulb") - IAM (2010-05-08) (commands start with "euare") The source code comes with man pages that provide basic documentation. Running a command with --help will also provide information on how to use that specific command. For more detailed documentation, see the online euca2ools documentation at http://www.eucalyptus.com/docs. For installation instructions, consult the INSTALL file that accompanies the source code. For a copy of the latest version of euca2ools, visit http://downloads.eucalyptus.com/software/euca2ools/. To obtain the latest development source code for euca2ools, visit https://github.com/eucalyptus/euca2ools. Pull requests are welcome and appreciated. By submitting code to this project you agree that code will be licensed under the 2-clause BSD license. A copy of this license is included in the COPYING file that accompanies the source code.