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dtach is a tiny program that emulates the detach feature of screen, allowing you to run a program in an environment that is protected from the controlling terminal and attach to it later. dtach does not keep track of the contents of the screen, and thus works best with programs that know how to redraw themselves.
This is the official command line client for Cloud Foundry.
Disabled unsupported build on armv7l, see https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Build_Service_Tips_and_Tricks#Disable_build_of_packages
This module provides a formatter which turns byte counts to usual readable format, like '2.0K', '3.1G', '100B'. It was inspired in the '-h' option of Unix utilities like 'du', 'df' and 'ls' for "human-readable" output.
Automat is a library for concise, idiomatic Python expression of finite-state automata (particularly deterministic finite-state transducers).
A review helper script for openQA
Encountered build problems on SLE_12_SP4 and SLE_12_SP5 hence build disabled:
error: Too many levels of recursion in macro expansion. It is likely caused by recursive macro declaration.
[ 28s] error: Too many levels of recursion in macro expansion. It is likely caused by recursive macro declaration.
[ 28s] error: Failed build dependencies:
[ 28s] python- is needed by python-openqa_review-1.20.4-106.1.noarch
[ 28s] python3- is needed by python-openqa_review-1.20.4-106.1.noarch
This package is intended to be independently reusable in any Python project. It is maintained by the Zope Toolkit project.
This package provides an implementation of object interfaces for Python. Interfaces are a mechanism for labeling objects as conforming to a given API or contract. So, this package can be considered as implementation of the Design By Contract methodology support in Python.
This project serves as a repository for openQA installations
See also http://jenkins.qa.suse.de/view/openQA-in-openQA/
okurz: I am not yet sure which repo(s) would be good for this project. openSUSE_Factory corresponds to where we want to submit to, openSUSE_Tumbleweed is what we test against in https://openqa.opensuse.org/tests/latest?distri=openqa&test=openqa_install%2Bpublish
Great for use as a commit-msg git hook or as part of your gating script in
a CI/CD pipeline (e.g. jenkins). Many of the gitlint validations are based
on well-known community standards, others are based on checks that we've
found useful throughout the years. Gitlint has sane defaults, but you can
also easily customize it to your own liking.