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Re: [atomic-devel] Atomic Dev Workflow

On Wed, Jul 6, 2016 at 3:45 PM, Tom McKay <thomasmckay redhat com> wrote:
I too have a desire to do some work (hacking) on atomic registry. I managed to compile dockerregistry, update the image, update atomic registry conf to use my new image, and restart everything. I wondered, though, what a real dev would do? I'd like to debug w/ an IDE connected to the running container, ideally. (I'm using Rubymine for dev on katello/Satellite-6).

​Tom, for Atomic Registry I would point you to the contrib documentation of the underlying projects. For the registry backend that means OpenShift[1]. For the registry web UI that means Cockpit[2]. Both of these have instructions for using vagrant as a development environment running from source, not a built image.

That said, I have successfully used this script[3] to hack on the registry console "in place" using a running container.

Please include me in any how-to-dev threads and discussions. Thanks!

On Wed, Jul 6, 2016 at 3:09 PM, Joseph Jeffers <monprin gmail com> wrote:

 I am Joseph Jeffers and I have been interested in working on and contributing to Project Atomic, specifically I have been looking at the 'atomic' program itself. I have never really done operating system or core app development (one of the reasons I have been trying to get involved with this project!).

I already have the VM running and such, but I am having issues figuring out how to set up the development workflow and how do you test changes that you make to the code? Specifically, are the tests designed to be run on another system or the atomic host itself, and what is the canonical procedure for running them?

Thanks for any pointers!

Joe Jeffers

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