Python bindings for VMware Orchestrator
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Failed to load latest commit information.
doc update doc Oct 29, 2010
src tests for getAllWorkflows Nov 2, 2010
tests better comparison for workflows Nov 7, 2010
.gitmodules fix submodule Oct 10, 2010
LICENSE update license/copyright notice Oct 25, 2010
README proper README and pypi classification Oct 25, 2010
setup.cfg use unittest2 as test runner Oct 29, 2010 use standard unittest python >= 2.7 Oct 30, 2010
tox.ini use standard unittest python >= 2.7 Oct 30, 2010



This Python module aims at providing a complete control layer over vCO’s
public interface.

This includes vCO WebService.

By using this module, one can (hopefully) obtain reasonable integration of vCO
in a Python environment, as well as a useful testing environment.

The use cases covered by vmw.vco and this documentation are:

    * Communicate with a vCO using the SOAP interface.

    * Provide a consistent API for synchronous and asynchronous applications
      (Twisted is supported)

    * Write tests targetting vCO.

    * Provide enough information to extend vmw.vco in such a way that the above
      use cases remain consistent.


vmw.vco is best installed using official package:

$ pip install vmw.vco

This will fetch vmw.vco and its dependencies from Pypi