This builds Linux and Windows release binaries and sources for NumPy using a Vagrant VM. It should be 100% reproducible. You need Vagrant and Fabric.
The NumPy release notes are here:
But most of it is automated by numpy-vendor, so once the release branch is approved for release, just follow the instructions below. Note that Fedora requires root to manage virtual machines.
Fedora 22 prep
numpy-vendor will not run out of the box on Fedora 22. In order to use kvm/qemu for the virtualization the following need to be installed. Some of these may be dependencies of the others.
The box file needs to be libvirt compatible. That can be achieved with the following commands.
$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-mutate $ vagrant box add precise32 http://files.vagrantup.com/precise32.box $ vagrant mutate precise32 libvirt
The firewall needs to be opened up for nfs.
$ sudo firewall-config
The default zone should be WorkStation (or some such). For that zone allow
The default udp port range should be OK, needs to include 2049.
Create an .ssh/config file to avoid many warnings:
$ touch /home/charris/.ssh/config $ chmod 644 ~/.ssh/config
How To Use
vagrant up fab vagrant prepare
Log in and manually inspect the numpy repository, the release branch will be checked out. Do some last minute fixes, checkout a different branch, etc.:
vagrant ssh cd repos/numpy # Do any changes that are not in official repositories
First, change/check the following variables in
pavement.py depending on the
RELEASE_NOTES = 'doc/release/1.7.0-notes.rst' LOG_START = 'v1.6.0' LOG_END = 'maintenance/1.7.x'
Do any other changes. When you are ready to release, do the following changes:
diff --git a/setup.py b/setup.py index b1f53e3..8b36dbe 100755 --- a/setup.py +++ b/setup.py @@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ PLATFORMS = ["Windows", "Linux", "Solaris", "Mac OS- MAJOR = 1 MINOR = 7 MICRO = 0 -ISRELEASED = False +ISRELEASED = True VERSION = '%d.%d.%drc1' % (MAJOR, MINOR, MICRO) # Return the git revision as a string
And make sure the
VERSION variable is set properly. Commit it:
git commit -a -m "REL: Release 1.7.0rc1"
Push this commit into your local github account, not the official repository yet, for example by:
vagrant ssh cd repos/numpy git push firstname.lastname@example.org:certik/numpy maintenance/1.7.x:release_test
which will work, because
vagrant ssh forwards the ssh keys.
Do the release (build general and windows binaries from the
directory in the Vagrant VM):
fab vagrant numpy_release
And the directory
release will be created in
the current directory from the VM. If you need anything else, just login using
vagrant ssh and copy it to
/vagrant inside the VM.
If everything worked correctly, get the release commit from your github, tag it:
git tag v1.7.0rc1
and push this commit and tag into the official repository. Finally, upload the binaries.
If you want to start from scratch, but want to reuse the existing vagrant image, you can keep all the deb packages, but reinstall everything else (NumPy, Wine, ...) from scratch. Do:
fab vagrant remove_userspace fab vagrant prepare_userspace
This will delete all builds and other possible changes that you made into
the vagrant image. This is equivalent to
fab vagrant prepare, but faster.
First prepare the Mac build box as follows:
- Install Python 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4 from python.org using the dmg disk image
- Install setuptools and bdist_mpkg into all these Pythons
- Install Paver into the default Python
Tip: Add the
/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework directory into git and
commit after each installation of any package or Python. That way you can
easily remove temporary installations.
After Linux and Windows release files are in the
release directory, we
generate Mac binaries. First we setup the environment:
fab -H mac_host mac_setup
mac_host is the Mac OS X computer which will be used to build the
binaries. The only prerequisite is that the
release directory contains
userguide.pdf files generated by the Vagrant VM
in the previous step. You can login manually and do some changes in the numpy
directory if needed.
Then generate the binaries by:
fab -H mac_host mac_numpy_release
The Mac binaries will be copied to the
release directory locally.
To remove temporary files from the Mac, use:
fab -H mac_host mac_remove_userspace
Append the checksums at the end of README.txt in the release directory:
md5sum *.dmg >> README.txt
Upload all the files from the
release directory to SourceForge:
Lookup the last release to see which files need to be uploaded and double check that there are no files missing.