CharmHelpers provides an opinionated set of tools for building Juju charms.
The full documentation is available online at: https://charm-helpers.readthedocs.io/
Common Usage Examples
- interaction with charm-specific Juju unit agents via hook tools;
- processing of events and execution of decorated functions based on event names;
- handling of persistent storage between independent charm invocations;
- rendering of configuration file templates;
- modification of system configuration files;
- installation of packages;
- retrieval of machine-specific details;
- implementation of application-specific code reused in similar charms.
- Python is an extremely popular, easy to learn, and powerful language which is also common in automation tools;
- An interpreted language helps with charm portability across different CPU architectures;
- Doesn't require debugging symbols (just use pdb in-place);
- An author or a user is able to make debugging changes without recompiling a charm.
See the HACKING.md file for information about testing and development.
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