[Plugin] sync-watch: Edit locally, run in the cloud

Eric Snow eric.snow at canonical.com
Fri Apr 24 15:21:58 UTC 2015

This is great, Cory (and Ben)!  Out of curiosity, what were the
trickiest parts of writing the plugin?  Also, what aspects/components
of juju's architecture helped and hindered you?


On Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 6:34 AM, Cory Johns <cory.johns at canonical.com> wrote:
> Last week, while in Nuremberg, Ben and I were able to create a new
> plugin to enable a much better charm development workflow.
> Once the Juju Plugins bundle (https://github.com/juju/plugins) is
> installed, you can now run `juju sync-watch <unit>` to enable local
> editing of a remote charm.  This works using inotify to watch for
> changes in the local copy of the charm and automatically sync those
> changes up to the deployed unit.  If the unit is in an error state, it
> will also automatically retry the failed hook, so that you can do
> fast, seamless iteration on a charm.
> This plugin works with any provider and any editor.
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