Mention Watcher dependency when creating 3rd-party plugins

Bug #1594705 reported by Vincent Françoise on 2016-06-21
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Bug Description

In the base-setup.rst doc about how to create a 3rd party project for implementing a Watcher plugin, we are not mentioning the fact that we need to put the python-watcher pypi package as a dependency in the requirements.txt file of the 3rd party.

We need to add an extra paragraph to explicit this.

This bug is the conclusion of the following conversation:

Changed in watcher:
milestone: none → newton-2
importance: Undecided → Low
tags: added: doc low-hanging-fruit
description: updated
licanwei (li-canwei2) on 2016-06-27
Changed in watcher:
assignee: nobody → licanwei (li-canwei2)

Fix proposed to branch: master

Changed in watcher:
status: Triaged → In Progress

Submitter: Jenkins
Branch: master

commit d03e1d54bd357cb22c4d23a925e8f26c331a4942
Author: licanwei <email address hidden>
Date: Tue Jun 28 15:13:13 2016 +0800

    add dependency for 3rd-party plugins

    In the base-setup.rst about 3rd-party plugins,
    we should add the watcher dependency requirement.

    Change-Id: I8f898b2e3e7e30c88f4f14f7bd3ae38b8aa3ebd3
    Closes-Bug: #1594705

Changed in watcher:
status: In Progress → Fix Released

This issue was fixed in the openstack/watcher 0.28.0 release.

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