To install Jenkins Job Builder from source, run:
pip install --user jenkins-job-builder
A virtual environment is recommended for development. For example, Jenkins Job Builder may be installed from the top level directory:
$ virtualenv .venv $ source .venv/bin/activate $ pip install -r test-requirements.txt -e .
Alternatively, the current release can be installed from pypi:
sudo pip install jenkins-job-builder
The OpenStack project uses Puppet to manage its infrastructure systems, including Jenkins. If you use Puppet, you can use the OpenStack Jenkins module to install Jenkins Job Builder.
Documentation is included in the
doc folder. To generate docs
locally execute the command:
tox -e docs
The generated documentation is then available under
As over time URLs change or become stale there is also a testenv available to verify any links added. To run locally execute the command:
tox -e docs-linkcheck
- Note: When behind a proxy it is necessary to use
TOX_TESTENV_PASSENVto pass any proxy settings for this test to be able to check links are valid.
Unit tests have been included and are in the
tests folder. We recently
started including unit tests as examples in our documentation so to keep the
examples up to date it is very important that we include unit tests for
every module. To run the unit tests, execute the command:
tox -e py27
- Note: View
tox.inito run tests on other versions of Python.
To measure test coverage, execute the command:
tox -e cover