Skip to content
This repository has been archived by the owner on Nov 29, 2023. It is now read-only.

feat!: use microgenerator #76

Merged
merged 68 commits into from Nov 19, 2020
Merged

Conversation

danoscarmike
Copy link
Contributor

Fixes #7 馃

gguuss and others added 30 commits May 5, 2017 10:58
鈥ogleCloudPlatform/python-docs-samples#945)

* Adds new examples, replaces markdown with restructured text

* Address review feedback

* Use videos from pubilc bucket, update to new client library.

* Style nit
鈥-samples#958)

since the file does not exist. Propose to use the same one as the tutorial: demomaker/gbikes_dinosaur.mp4
鈥mples#1093)

* Auto-update dependencies.

* Fix storage notification poll sample

Change-Id: I6afbc79d15e050531555e4c8e51066996717a0f3

* Fix spanner samples

Change-Id: I40069222c60d57e8f3d3878167591af9130895cb

* Drop coverage because it's not useful

Change-Id: Iae399a7083d7866c3c7b9162d0de244fbff8b522

* Try again to fix flaky logging test

Change-Id: I6225c074701970c17c426677ef1935bb6d7e36b4
* update analyze_safe_search

* update analyze_shots

* update explicit_content_detection and test

* update fece detection

* update label detection (path)

* update label detection (file)

* flake

* safe search --> explicit content

* update faces tutorial

* update client library quickstart

* update shotchange tutorial

* update labels tutorial

* correct spelling

* correction start_time_offset

* import order

* rebased
鈥-docs-samples#1158)

* Update Readme.rst to add Python setup guide

As requested in b/64770713.

This sample is linked in documentation https://cloud.google.com/bigtable/docs/scaling, and it would make more sense to update the guide here than in the documentation.

* Update README.rst

* Update README.rst

* Update README.rst

* Update README.rst

* Update README.rst

* Update install_deps.tmpl.rst

* Updated readmegen scripts and re-generated related README files

* Fixed the lint error
鈥/python-docs-samples#1160)

* Corrected copy-paste on doc string

* Updated doc/help string to be more specific to labels tool

* Made shotchange doc/help string more specific

* Tweaked doc/help string to indicate no arg expected

* Adjusted import order to satisfy flake8

* Wrapped doc string to 79 chars to flake8 correctly

* Adjusted import order to pass flake8 test
鈥#1221)

* update samples to v1

* replace while loop with operation.result(timeout)

* addressing review comments

* flake

* flake
鈥mples#1658)

* Auto-update dependencies.

* Rollback appengine/standard/bigquery/.

* Rollback appengine/standard/iap/.

* Rollback bigtable/metricscaler.

* Rolledback appengine/flexible/datastore.

* Rollback dataproc/

* Rollback jobs/api_client

* Rollback vision/cloud-client.

* Rollback functions/ocr/app.

* Rollback iot/api-client/end_to_end_example.

* Rollback storage/cloud-client.

* Rollback kms/api-client.

* Rollback dlp/

* Rollback bigquery/cloud-client.

* Rollback iot/api-client/manager.

* Rollback appengine/flexible/cloudsql_postgresql.
鈥mples#1980)

* Auto-update dependencies.

* Update requirements.txt

* Update requirements.txt
鈥︹ [(#2162)](GoogleCloudPlatform/python-docs-samples#2162)

* replace demomaker with cloud-samples-data/video for video intelligence samples

* flake
@product-auto-label product-auto-label bot added the api: videointelligence Issues related to the googleapis/python-videointelligence API. label Nov 19, 2020
@google-cla
Copy link

google-cla bot commented Nov 19, 2020

All (the pull request submitter and all commit authors) CLAs are signed, but one or more commits were authored or co-authored by someone other than the pull request submitter.

We need to confirm that all authors are ok with their commits being contributed to this project. Please have them confirm that by leaving a comment that contains only @googlebot I consent. in this pull request.

Note to project maintainer: There may be cases where the author cannot leave a comment, or the comment is not properly detected as consent. In those cases, you can manually confirm consent of the commit author(s), and set the cla label to yes (if enabled on your project).

鈩癸笍 Googlers: Go here for more info.

@google-cla google-cla bot added the cla: no This human has *not* signed the Contributor License Agreement. label Nov 19, 2020
@danoscarmike danoscarmike added cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. and removed cla: no This human has *not* signed the Contributor License Agreement. labels Nov 19, 2020
@google-cla
Copy link

google-cla bot commented Nov 19, 2020

All (the pull request submitter and all commit authors) CLAs are signed, but one or more commits were authored or co-authored by someone other than the pull request submitter.

We need to confirm that all authors are ok with their commits being contributed to this project. Please have them confirm that by leaving a comment that contains only @googlebot I consent. in this pull request.

Note to project maintainer: There may be cases where the author cannot leave a comment, or the comment is not properly detected as consent. In those cases, you can manually confirm consent of the commit author(s), and set the cla label to yes (if enabled on your project).

鈩癸笍 Googlers: Go here for more info.

@google-cla google-cla bot added cla: no This human has *not* signed the Contributor License Agreement. cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. and removed cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. labels Nov 19, 2020
@google-cla
Copy link

google-cla bot commented Nov 19, 2020

All (the pull request submitter and all commit authors) CLAs are signed, but one or more commits were authored or co-authored by someone other than the pull request submitter.

We need to confirm that all authors are ok with their commits being contributed to this project. Please have them confirm that by leaving a comment that contains only @googlebot I consent. in this pull request.

Note to project maintainer: There may be cases where the author cannot leave a comment, or the comment is not properly detected as consent. In those cases, you can manually confirm consent of the commit author(s), and set the cla label to yes (if enabled on your project).

鈩癸笍 Googlers: Go here for more info.

@google-cla google-cla bot removed the cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. label Nov 19, 2020
@danoscarmike danoscarmike added cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. and removed cla: no This human has *not* signed the Contributor License Agreement. labels Nov 19, 2020
@danoscarmike
Copy link
Contributor Author

Samples moved from another repo

UPGRADING.md Outdated Show resolved Hide resolved
setup.py Outdated Show resolved Hide resolved
danoscarmike and others added 2 commits November 19, 2020 11:49
Co-authored-by: Bu Sun Kim <8822365+busunkim96@users.noreply.github.com>
Co-authored-by: Bu Sun Kim <8822365+busunkim96@users.noreply.github.com>
@google-cla
Copy link

google-cla bot commented Nov 19, 2020

All (the pull request submitter and all commit authors) CLAs are signed, but one or more commits were authored or co-authored by someone other than the pull request submitter.

We need to confirm that all authors are ok with their commits being contributed to this project. Please have them confirm that by leaving a comment that contains only @googlebot I consent. in this pull request.

Note to project maintainer: There may be cases where the author cannot leave a comment, or the comment is not properly detected as consent. In those cases, you can manually confirm consent of the commit author(s), and set the cla label to yes (if enabled on your project).

鈩癸笍 Googlers: Go here for more info.

@google-cla google-cla bot added cla: no This human has *not* signed the Contributor License Agreement. and removed cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. labels Nov 19, 2020
@google-cla
Copy link

google-cla bot commented Nov 19, 2020

All (the pull request submitter and all commit authors) CLAs are signed, but one or more commits were authored or co-authored by someone other than the pull request submitter.

We need to confirm that all authors are ok with their commits being contributed to this project. Please have them confirm that by leaving a comment that contains only @googlebot I consent. in this pull request.

Note to project maintainer: There may be cases where the author cannot leave a comment, or the comment is not properly detected as consent. In those cases, you can manually confirm consent of the commit author(s), and set the cla label to yes (if enabled on your project).

鈩癸笍 Googlers: Go here for more info.

@danoscarmike danoscarmike added cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement. and removed cla: no This human has *not* signed the Contributor License Agreement. labels Nov 19, 2020
@danoscarmike danoscarmike merged commit c19d707 into googleapis:master Nov 19, 2020
@release-please release-please bot mentioned this pull request Nov 19, 2020
Sign up for free to subscribe to this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in.
Labels
api: videointelligence Issues related to the googleapis/python-videointelligence API. cla: yes This human has signed the Contributor License Agreement.
Projects
None yet
Development

Successfully merging this pull request may close these issues.

Keep features as an keyword parameter in v1