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  • jeffpihach 9:00 pm on March 19, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Juju GUI 1.3.4 “Not so sticky” Release 

    Here comes another bug fix release for the Juju GUI which contains fixes for bugs reported by you since the last release.

    Screenshot from 2015-03-19 15:26:09

    In this release you’ll find the following updates:

    • (FIX) Service icons on the canvas no longer bounce back to their original
      positions when being repositioned.
    • (FIX) Bundle deploys no longer fail with invalid name error.
    • Removed the Features tab from the charm details pane.
    • Updated a number of api calls to the new v4 api.
    • Updated sysdeps makefile target for easier development.

    To upgrade an existing deployment:

    juju upgrade-charm juju-gui
    juju set juju-gui “juju-gui-source=1.3.3″

    As we move forward on updating the api calls to the new v4 api if you run into any bugs please file them here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju-gui

  • mitechie 4:29 am on March 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Juju GUI release 1.3.3 out, get your bug fixes. 

    Our Juju GUI release 1.3.2 last week brought out some bugs that we ironed out. Make sure to upgrade to get all the yummy bug fixes. To upgrade make sure to:

    juju upgrade-charm juju-gui
    juju set juju-gui “juju-gui-source=1.3.3”


    • (FIX) bug #1428751: prevent incorrect lowercasing of config options.
    • (FIX) bug #1427162: Show local charm icon in inspector.
    • Downconvert apiv4 bundle yaml to apiv3 format temporarily to fix issue with multiple bundles per yaml.
    • (FIX) Show charm details using the available data if it’s a local charm.

    The charm has also been upgraded. We’ve finally removed the old apache/haproxy legacy server built into the GUI charm. We also fixed up the git branch support which had a regression in there.

    As always, make sure to let us know if you hit any issues by filing a bug at https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju-gui and enjoy the release!

  • Francesco 2:06 pm on March 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Juju Quickstart 2.0 

    The UI Engineering Team is proud to announce the 2.0 release of Juju Quickstart!

    The new release includes the following new features and fixes:

    • Update the way bundles are specified on the command line.
      The new simplified jujucharms.com syntax is used, e.g.

      juju-quickstart mediawiki-single

      User owned bundles can be deployed as follows:

      juju quickstart u/bigdata-dev/apache-analytics-sql

      The old bundle:mediawiki/single form is still supported but deprecated.

    • Add support for new Juju WebSocket API endpoints.
      Connect to a specific environment using its unique identifier when
      supported by the Juju version in use.
    • External Python API refactoring: implement the Juju reference model
      (charm and bundle URLs).
      Also improve support for bundles as first class entities.
      See models/references.py and models/bundles.py for details.
    • Retrieve bundles from the new charm store API v4.
    • Improve the testing infrastructure: exercise Quickstart with all the
      supported dependency versions.
      Also introduce functional tests against a real Juju environment.
      See the HACKING file for more details.

    This version introduces some backward incompatible changes:
    When deploying bundles, specifying a directory is no longer supported.
    Local files are still supported but must have a .yaml or .json extension.
    For more details, see juju-quickstart --help.

    Juju Quickstart helps both new and experienced users to quickly start Juju and the Juju GUI, whether they’ve never installed Juju or they have an existing Juju environment running.

    The program is available on Ubuntu releases 12.04 LTS (precise), 14.04 LTS (trusty), 14.10 (utopic), 15.04 (vivid) and on OS X (10.7 and later). To install and start Juju Quickstart on Ubuntu, run these commands:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:juju/stable
    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install juju-quickstart
    juju-quickstart [-i]

    On OS X, use Homebrew:

    brew install juju-quickstart
    juju-quickstart [-i]

    For more details, have a look at this blog post.



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