Juju-Jitsu - The island of misfit scripts

Juan Negron juan.negron at canonical.com
Fri Feb 3 21:23:18 UTC 2012

This is awesome!!!!

Thanks Clint for putting this together ...

Now ... back to hacking on this :)


Juan Negron <juan.negron at canonical.com>
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On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 12:45 PM, Clint Byrum <clint at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> Hey everybody. I've had a TODO for a while to start a project to help
> gather all of the extra helper stuff that people have been writing
> to enhance the juju experience, but that aren't part of juju's core
> functionality, and aren't part of charm development.
> I went ahead and threw the wrappers and helpers that I've written into
> a project called Juju-Jitsu.
> https://launchpad.net/juju-jitsu
> I'd like to invite anybody else who has experimental stuff to consider
> putting these things into juju-jitsu.
> I've invited a few members of ~charmers to join the project, and the
> ~juju team as well. I'd like to make sure that we do not just import
> *everything* here. We should be pushing anything that is clearly a basic
> primitive need into juju core, and anything that has to do with charm
> development into charm-tools.
> What I do want to see is fringe stuff, like the gource output (in there
> already), or Juan's capistrano file generator.
> The layout, the access method, etc, are all up for discussion. Right
> now I just have a sub-commands directory and a wrapper script for the
> sub-commands, much like charm-tools.
> I understand that the 'wrap-juju' command may be a bit controversial, as
> it means while wrapped, people can type 'juju any-juju-jitsu-subcommand
> ...' and it will work. This is just an idea I had a long time ago that
> I put in here. NOTHING is set in stone for juju-jitsu, and its not yet
> a package or even installable, just a branch, so that we can play around
> with the ideas before settling on how this will work.
> Happy hacking!
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