Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 617447
python-tg-devtools missing from RHEL6.0 beta
Last modified: 2016-09-19 22:41:01 EDT
Description of problem:
python-tg-devtools contains the SQLAlchemy migration commands and quickstart templates needed for developing and maintaining TurboGears2 applications.
This package is missing from RHEL6, yet the TurboGears2 package is present.
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Should this be a dependency of TG2?
(In reply to comment #3)
> Should this be a dependency of TG2?
I'm not quite sure. TG2 apps should be able to run fine without this package. The current dependency chain is based on how upstream defines it.
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Luke, is this package still needed?
Looking into Fedora, the latest version seems to have bunch of deps that are not in RHEL 6, which would make adding this package pretty complicated. If it is still needed, could you please specify the lowest version (or the version with least dependencies) that you need?
We no longer need python-tg-devtools in RHEL6 for anything in Fedora Infrastructure, since we're moving away from TurboGears. So, I'm happy to close this bug, however the TG2 stack is still pretty incomplete in RHEL6.
Thanks for the response. I'll close this for now - anyone can reopen if there is a need for this.