Romana TopoWiz: The topology wizard
TopoWiz was developed for Linux / Python 3.6.3.
Here are the steps to create a working environment locally:
1a. Install Python 3.6 on your older Linux system. This is only necessary if you don't have Python 3.6 on your system already, or can't just get it through the normal channels (apt-get update):
$ sudo apt-get install software-properties-common $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:deadsnakes/ppa $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install python3.6
1b. Install some system-wide dependencies:
$ sudo apt-get install python3-dev $ sudo apt-get install python3-pip $ sudo pip3 install --upgrade pip $ sudo pip3 install --upgrade virtualenvwrapper
Create a virtualenv for the project and change into it:
$ virtualenv -p python3.6 topowiz $ cd topowiz $ source bin/activate $ pip3 install --upgrade setuptools $ pip3 install --upgrade pip
Clone/download the repository and step into the directory:
$ git clone email@example.com:romana/topowiz.git $ cd topowiz
For local development and testing:
$ pip3 install -r requirements/develop.txt
Set the Flask environment variable(s) and run the server:
$ export FLASK_APP=topowiz/http.py $ export FLASK_DEBUG=1 $ flask run
Note the FLASK_DEBUG setting: If this is not set then we'll serve static content out of an S3 bucket, which is invonvenient if you are experimenting with local changes. So, please make sure to have this environment variable set for local development.
Deployment with Zappa
Having AWS credentials environment variabls does NOT seem to work. It appears Zappa always uses credentials from ~/.aws/config
Static content needs to be uploaded to an S3 bucket. Please review topowiz/app_config.py for correctness.
Uploading static content:
Deploying the application:
$ zappa init $ zappa deploy dev
To run all unit tests:
An HTML-style coverage report is generated and placed in file:///tmp/topowiz-coverage/index.html.
To run 'style' tests to ensure all code complies with pep8 and other coding standards: