fix variables in openstack.go to keep camel casing and remove unused var #39735

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@NickrenREN NickrenREN fix variables in openstack.go to keep camel casing and remove unused var
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@@ -46,7 +46,6 @@ const ProviderName = "openstack"
var ErrNotFound = errors.New("Failed to find object")
var ErrMultipleResults = errors.New("Multiple results where only one expected")
var ErrNoAddressFound = errors.New("No address found for host")
-var ErrAttrNotFound = errors.New("Expected attribute not found")
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zhouhaibing089 Jan 11, 2017 Contributor

well, why remove this?

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NickrenREN Jan 11, 2017 edited Contributor

Thanks for your review @zhouhaibing089 I can not find where it is used

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NickrenREN commented Jan 12, 2017 edited

/cc @anguslees @jsafrane Sorry to bother you. Could one of you help ask k8s-bot to test and review ? Thanks

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