alembic 1.2.0 broke the alembic.command.stamp() revision parameter #601
Trying to use OpenStack services with alembic 1.2.0 (currently 1.1.0 is used) is breaking a lot of services with (Ironic example):
Looks like the
I wonder if it would be possible (until 2.0.0 comes up) to support
Also oslo.db is affected. It tries to use the
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Added new ``--purge`` flag to the ``alembic stamp`` command, which will unconditionally erase the version table before stamping anything. This is useful for development where non-existent version identifiers might be left within the table. Additionally, ``alembic.stamp`` now supports a list of revision identifiers, which are intended to allow setting up muliple heads at once. Overall handling of version identifiers within the ``alembic.stamp`` command has been improved with many new tests and use cases added. Fixes: #473 Change-Id: If06501b69afae9956df3d0bcd739063fb8042a02
someone actually noted that I changed this name, and I asked, you're not actualy using the positional argument as a kw are you, and they said no, and I was like, OK, great. But then here we are. Alembic is actually tested against neutron and oslo.db, I can add more alembic-using projects like ironic since nova/keystone have unfortuantely never switched.
There's a decorator I can use to allow for both kw args but also it should be passed positionally.
* Update requirements from branch 'master' - Merge "Skip alembic 1.2.0" - Skip alembic 1.2.0 Version 1.2.0 changed the alembic.command.stamp() method which no longer accepts a "revision" parameter (not it accepts a "revisions" parameter). Upstream bug is: sqlalchemy/alembic#601 Change-Id: Iec1f21e544b6efc17401c0cb9ff7472f020a7dc3