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Source code changes of the file "doc/source/contributor/dev.rst" between
barbican-11.0.0.tar.gz and barbican-12.0.0.tar.gz

About: OpenStack Barbican is the OpenStack Key Manager service. It provides secure storage, provisioning and management of secret data.
The "Wallaby" series (latest release).

dev.rst  (barbican-11.0.0):dev.rst  (barbican-12.0.0)
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.. code-block:: bash .. code-block:: bash
# Create the directories and copy the config files # Create the directories and copy the config files
sudo mkdir /etc/barbican sudo mkdir /etc/barbican
sudo mkdir /var/lib/barbican sudo mkdir /var/lib/barbican
sudo chown $(whoami) /etc/barbican sudo chown $(whoami) /etc/barbican
sudo chown $(whoami) /var/lib/barbican sudo chown $(whoami) /var/lib/barbican
cp -r etc/barbican /etc cp -r etc/barbican /etc
tox -e genconfig tox -e genconfig
cp etc/osloconfig-generator/barbican.conf /etc/barbican/barbican.conf cp etc/oslo-config-generator/barbican.conf /etc/barbican/barbican.conf
sed -i 's/\/v1: barbican-api-keystone/\/v1: barbican_api/' /etc/barbican/barb ican-api-paste.ini sed -i 's/\/v1: barbican-api-keystone/\/v1: barbican_api/' /etc/barbican/barb ican-api-paste.ini
All the locations are configurable, so you don't have to use ``/etc`` and All the locations are configurable, so you don't have to use ``/etc`` and
``/var/lib`` in your development machine if you don't want to. ``/var/lib`` in your development machine if you don't want to.
Running Barbican Running Barbican
---------------- ----------------
If you made it this far you should be able to run the barbican development If you made it this far you should be able to run the barbican development
server using this command: server using this command:
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