To ease developer setup, we have Pulplift as part of the installer repository, which is based on the Forklift project and utilizes Ansible roles and playbooks to provide supported Vagrant boxes that are more consistent with the user experience.
Get the Source¶
It is assumed that any Pulp project repositories are cloned into one directory. As long as Ansible has read and write permissions, it doesn’t matter where your development directory is.
You will need
pulp/pulpcore at a minimum:
$ git clone https://github.com/pulp/pulpcore.git
Additionally, you will need at least one plugin.:
$ git clone https://github.com/pulp/pulp_file.git
The current base branch on this repository is the master branch.
It is important to ensure that your repositories are all checked out to compatible versions.
requirements.txt files of each repository to see what version
it provides and which versions it requires, respectively.
We recommend using
pulplift for developer installations. Follow the instructions in the
It is also possible to use the Ansible roles directly, if you prefer not to use Vagrant.