Vellum 0.7 "Too Much Code Today"

This is just a quick release to get out the latest bzr. It features a -Y option to make it run in YAML only mode for safety, so that you can have it run but abort if any python is loaded in order to prevent hacks in a distributed build. This is NOT enabled by default. It also improves the docs a bit, and syncs the build.yml sample with the tests/data/ sample. Finally it adds log() to the list of Python helpers: sh(), target(), given(), and py() found in vellum.python.

Milestone information

Code name:
Too Much Code Today
Release registered:
No. Drivers cannot target bugs and blueprints to this milestone.  

Download RDF metadata


Assigned to you:
No blueprints or bugs assigned to you.
No users assigned to blueprints and bugs.
No blueprints are targeted to this milestone.
No bugs are targeted to this milestone.

Download files for this release

After you've downloaded a file, you can verify its authenticity using its MD5 sum or signature. (How do I verify a download?)

File Description Downloads
download icon CHANGES (md5) ChangeLog 8
last downloaded 21 weeks ago
download icon vellum-0.7.tar.gz (md5) vellum-0.7 15
last downloaded 21 weeks ago
Total downloads: 23

Release notes 

This release does not have release notes.


View the full changelog

   25 Zed A. Shaw 2008-04-01
      Version bump to 0.7 for today's last release.

   24 Zed A. Shaw 2008-04-01
      Implement an option to restrict loading to only YAML files so that you can catch people trying to inject code into the build.

   23 Zed A. Shaw 2008-04-01
      Forgot the log statement as a function for python people.

   22 Zed A. Shaw 2008-04-01
      Updated the python example to reflect the yaml file's structure.

   21 Zed A. Shaw 2008-04-01
      Added a bunch more docs and expanded to give more examples of the function clothes I've dressed Vellum syntax in.

   20 Zed A. Shaw 2008-04-01
      Updated change log and version bump for

0 blueprints and 0 bugs targeted

There are no feature specifications or bug tasks targeted to this milestone. The project's maintainer, driver, or bug supervisor can target specifications and bug tasks to this milestone to track the things that are expected to be completed for the release.

This milestone contains Public information
Everyone can see this information.