On 30/03/18 16:55, Thanh Ha wrote:
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 5:05 PM, Robert Varga <nite@...
I talked to Charles Eckel at the ONS about our interaction with SDOs and
one of the topics that came up were the OpenDaylight models exported to
The models currently present there are an ancient manually-imported
Given that we have now had a number of successful releases, I think we
should make publishing our models part of our release process, such that
once we finish a Simultaneous Release or a Service Release, we extract
all the models shipped in that release and upload them there --
vendor/opendaylight/<release> would probably be the best place.
This would allow all of our modules to be available in
https://yangcatalog.org/, increasing their visibility and allowing them
to be searched by the tools provided there.
Do others agree this is something useful and we should do?
Sounds like a good idea. We'd need a new job to handle this part and we
should probably check with them and see if they would be okay our
Jenkins system pushing pull requests to that repo.
I have raised https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/73532
The script assumes an unpacked karaf distro, outputs flattened directory
containing all production models.
Feel free to move to wherever appropriate...