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from pykickstart.base import DeprecatedCommand, RemovedCommand
from pykickstart.version import F20, F29, F34, versionToLongString
from pykickstart.commands.upgrade import F11_Upgrade
The upgrade command has been deprecated in Fedora 20. This
class should be used for any further updates to the install
command. This separation is required because there's no
clean way of deprecating only half of the behavior of some
command class and still have the handlers map to the latest
possible version of this class!
op = super(F20_Install, self)._getParser()
op.prog = "install"
op.description = """
Install a fresh system. You must specify the type of
installation from one of cdrom, harddrive, nfs, or url
(for ftp or http installations).
The install command and the installation method command
must be on separate lines.
Important: before Fedora 20 this command was known as
install or upgrade but the upgrade part was deprecated!
op.version = F20
[docs] def parse(self, args):
# since F20 we always return False for upgrades
self.upgrade = False
return self [docs]class F29_Install(DeprecatedCommand, F20_Install):
def __init__(self): # pylint: disable=super-init-not-called
op = F20_Install._getParser(self)
op.description += "\n\n.. deprecated:: %s" % versionToLongString(F29)
[docs]class F34_Install(RemovedCommand, F29_Install):
op = F29_Install._getParser(self)
op.description += "\n\n.. versionremoved:: %s" % versionToLongString(F34)