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#!/usr/bin/env python
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Utility for creating release candidates and promoting release candidates to a final relase.
Usage: [subcommand] stage
Builds and stages an RC for a release.
The utility is interactive; you will be prompted for basic release information and guided through the process.
This utility assumes you already have local a kafka git folder and that you
have added remotes corresponding to both:
(i) the github apache kafka mirror and
(ii) the apache kafka git repo. stage-docs [kafka-site-path]
Builds the documentation and stages it into an instance of the Kafka website repository.
This is meant to automate the integration between the main Kafka website repository (
and the versioned documentation maintained in the main Kafka repository. This is useful both for local testing and
development of docs (follow the instructions here:
as well as for committers to deploy docs (run this script, then validate, commit, and push to kafka-site).
With no arguments this script assumes you have the Kafka repository and kafka-site repository checked out side-by-side, but
you can specify a full path to the kafka-site repository if this is not the case. release-email
Generates the email content/template for sending release announcement email.
from __future__ import print_function
import datetime
from getpass import getpass
import json
import os
import subprocess
import sys
import tempfile
import re
PROJECT_NAME = "kafka"
SCRIPT_DIR = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__))
# Location of the local git repository
# Remote name, which points to Github by default
PUSH_REMOTE_NAME = os.environ.get("PUSH_REMOTE_NAME", "apache-github")
PREFS_FILE = os.path.join(SCRIPT_DIR, '.release-settings.json')
delete_gitrefs = False
work_dir = None
def fail(msg):
if work_dir:
cmd("Cleaning up work directory", "rm -rf %s" % work_dir)
if delete_gitrefs:
cmd("Resetting repository working state to branch %s" % starting_branch, "git reset --hard HEAD && git checkout %s" % starting_branch, shell=True)
cmd("Deleting git branches %s" % release_version, "git branch -D %s" % release_version, shell=True)
cmd("Deleting git tag %s" %rc_tag , "git tag -d %s" % rc_tag, shell=True)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
print("Failed when trying to clean up git references added by this script. You may need to clean up branches/tags yourself before retrying.")
print("Expected git branch: " + release_version)
print("Expected git tag: " + rc_tag)
def print_output(output):
if output is None or len(output) == 0:
for line in output.split('\n'):
print(">", line)
def cmd(action, cmd, *args, **kwargs):
if isinstance(cmd, basestring) and not kwargs.get("shell", False):
cmd = cmd.split()
allow_failure = kwargs.pop("allow_failure", False)
stdin_log = ""
if "stdin" in kwargs and isinstance(kwargs["stdin"], basestring):
stdin_log = "--> " + kwargs["stdin"]
stdin = tempfile.TemporaryFile()
kwargs["stdin"] = stdin
print(action, cmd, stdin_log)
output = subprocess.check_output(cmd, *args, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT, **kwargs)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
if allow_failure:
print("*** First command failure occurred here. ***")
print("*** Will now try to clean up working state. ***")
def cmd_output(cmd, *args, **kwargs):
if isinstance(cmd, basestring):
cmd = cmd.split()
return subprocess.check_output(cmd, *args, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT, **kwargs)
def replace(path, pattern, replacement):
updated = []
with open(path, 'r') as f:
for line in f:
updated.append((replacement + '\n') if line.startswith(pattern) else line)
with open(path, 'w') as f:
for line in updated:
def user_ok(msg):
ok = raw_input(msg)
return ok.lower() == 'y'
def sftp_mkdir(dir):
basedir, dirname = os.path.split(dir)
if not basedir:
basedir = "."
cmd_str = """
cd %s
-mkdir %s
""" % (basedir, dirname)
cmd("Creating '%s' in '%s' in your Apache home directory if it does not exist (errors are ok if the directory already exists)" % (dirname, basedir), "sftp -b -" % apache_id, stdin=cmd_str, allow_failure=True)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
# This is ok. The command fails if the directory already exists
def get_pref(prefs, name, request_fn):
"Get a preference from existing preference dictionary or invoke a function that can collect it from the user"
val = prefs.get(name)
if not val:
val = request_fn()
prefs[name] = val
return val
def load_prefs():
"""Load saved preferences"""
prefs = {}
if os.path.exists(PREFS_FILE):
with open(PREFS_FILE, 'r') as prefs_fp:
prefs = json.load(prefs_fp)
return prefs
def save_prefs(prefs):
"""Save preferences"""
print("Saving preferences to %s" % PREFS_FILE)
with open(PREFS_FILE, 'w') as prefs_fp:
prefs = json.dump(prefs, prefs_fp)
def get_jdk(prefs, version):
Get settings for the specified JDK version.
jdk_java_home = get_pref(prefs, 'jdk%d' % version, lambda: raw_input("Enter the path for JAVA_HOME for a JDK%d compiler (blank to use default JAVA_HOME): " % version))
jdk_env = dict(os.environ) if jdk_java_home.strip() else None
if jdk_env is not None: jdk_env['JAVA_HOME'] = jdk_java_home
if "1.%d.0" % version not in cmd_output("java -version", env=jdk_env):
fail("JDK %s is required" % version)
return jdk_env
def get_version(repo=REPO_HOME):
Extracts the full version information as a str from
with open(os.path.join(repo, '')) as fp:
for line in fp:
parts = line.split('=')
if parts[0].strip() != 'version': continue
return parts[1].strip()
fail("Couldn't extract version from")
def docs_version(version):
Detects the major/minor version and converts it to the format used for docs on the website, e.g. gets
from and converts it to 0102
version_parts = version.strip().split('.')
# 1.0+ will only have 3 version components as opposed to pre-1.0 that had 4
major_minor = version_parts[0:3] if version_parts[0] == '0' else version_parts[0:2]
return ''.join(major_minor)
def docs_release_version(version):
Detects the version from and converts it to a release version number that should be valid for the
current release branch. For example, would remain (because no release has been
made on that branch yet); would be converted to because is still in development
but should have already been released. Regular version numbers (e.g. as encountered on a release branch)
will remain the same.
version_parts = version.strip().split('.')
if '-SNAPSHOT' in version_parts[-1]:
bugfix = int(version_parts[-1].split('-')[0])
if bugfix > 0:
version_parts[-1] = str(bugfix - 1)
return '.'.join(version_parts)
def command_stage_docs():
kafka_site_repo_path = sys.argv[2] if len(sys.argv) > 2 else os.path.join(REPO_HOME, '..', 'kafka-site')
if not os.path.exists(kafka_site_repo_path) or not os.path.exists(os.path.join(kafka_site_repo_path, 'powered-by.html')):
sys.exit("%s doesn't exist or does not appear to be the kafka-site repository" % kafka_site_repo_path)
prefs = load_prefs()
jdk8_env = get_jdk(prefs, 8)
version = get_version()
# We explicitly override the version of the project that we normally get from since we want to be
# able to run this from a release branch where we made some updates, but the build would show an incorrect SNAPSHOT
# version due to already having bumped the bugfix version number.
gradle_version_override = docs_release_version(version)
cmd("Building docs", "./gradlew -Pversion=%s clean releaseTarGzAll aggregatedJavadoc" % gradle_version_override, cwd=REPO_HOME, env=jdk8_env)
docs_tar = os.path.join(REPO_HOME, 'core', 'build', 'distributions', 'kafka_2.12-%s-site-docs.tgz' % gradle_version_override)
versioned_docs_path = os.path.join(kafka_site_repo_path, docs_version(version))
if not os.path.exists(versioned_docs_path):
os.mkdir(versioned_docs_path, 0755)
# The contents of the docs jar are site-docs/<docs dir>. We need to get rid of the site-docs prefix and dump everything
# inside it into the docs version subdirectory in the kafka-site repo
cmd('Extracting site-docs', 'tar xf %s --strip-components 1' % docs_tar, cwd=versioned_docs_path)
javadocs_src_dir = os.path.join(REPO_HOME, 'build', 'docs', 'javadoc')
cmd('Copying javadocs', 'cp -R %s %s' % (javadocs_src_dir, versioned_docs_path))
def validate_release_version_parts(version):
version_parts = version.split('.')
if len(version_parts) != 3:
fail("Invalid release version, should have 3 version number components")
# Validate each part is a number
[int(x) for x in version_parts]
except ValueError:
fail("Invalid release version, should be a dotted version number")
def get_release_version_parts(version):
return version.split('.')
def validate_release_num(version):
tags = cmd_output('git tag').split()
if version not in tags:
fail("The specified version is not a valid release version number")
def command_release_announcement_email():
tags = cmd_output('git tag').split()
release_tag_pattern = re.compile('^[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+$')
release_tags = sorted([t for t in tags if re.match(release_tag_pattern, t)])
release_version_num = release_tags[-1]
if not user_ok("""Is the current release %s ? (y/n): """ % release_version_num):
release_version_num = raw_input('What is the current release version:')
previous_release_version_num = release_tags[-2]
if not user_ok("""Is the previous release %s ? (y/n): """ % previous_release_version_num):
previous_release_version_num = raw_input('What is the previous release version:')
if release_version_num < previous_release_version_num :
fail("Current release version number can't be less than previous release version number")
number_of_contributors = int(subprocess.check_output('git shortlog -sn --no-merges %s..%s | wc -l' % (previous_release_version_num, release_version_num) , shell=True))
contributors = subprocess.check_output("git shortlog -sn --no-merges %s..%s | cut -f2 | sort --ignore-case" % (previous_release_version_num, release_version_num), shell=True)
release_announcement_data = {
'number_of_contributors': number_of_contributors,
'contributors': ', '.join(str(x) for x in filter(None, contributors.split('\n'))),
'release_version': release_version_num
release_announcement_email = """
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] Apache Kafka %(release_version)s
The Apache Kafka community is pleased to announce the release for Apache Kafka %(release_version)s
All of the changes in this release can be found in the release notes:
You can download the source and binary release (Scala <VERSIONS>) from:
Apache Kafka is a distributed streaming platform with four core APIs:
** The Producer API allows an application to publish a stream records to
one or more Kafka topics.
** The Consumer API allows an application to subscribe to one or more
topics and process the stream of records produced to them.
** The Streams API allows an application to act as a stream processor,
consuming an input stream from one or more topics and producing an
output stream to one or more output topics, effectively transforming the
input streams to output streams.
** The Connector API allows building and running reusable producers or
consumers that connect Kafka topics to existing applications or data
systems. For example, a connector to a relational database might
capture every change to a table.
With these APIs, Kafka can be used for two broad classes of application:
** Building real-time streaming data pipelines that reliably get data
between systems or applications.
** Building real-time streaming applications that transform or react
to the streams of data.
Apache Kafka is in use at large and small companies worldwide, including
Capital One, Goldman Sachs, ING, LinkedIn, Netflix, Pinterest, Rabobank,
Target, The New York Times, Uber, Yelp, and Zalando, among others.
A big thank you for the following %(number_of_contributors)d contributors to this release!
We welcome your help and feedback. For more information on how to
report problems, and to get involved, visit the project website at
Thank you!
<YOU>""" % release_announcement_data
print("Use the above template to send the announcement for the release to the mailing list.")
print("IMPORTANT: Note that there are still some substitutions that need to be made in the template:")
print(" - Describe major changes in this release")
print(" - Scala versions")
print(" - Fill in your name in the signature")
print(" - You will need to use your apache email address to send out the email (otherwise, it won't be delivered to")
print(" - Finally, validate all the links before shipping!")
print("Note that all substitutions are annotated with <> around them.")
# Dispatch to subcommand
subcommand = sys.argv[1] if len(sys.argv) > 1 else None
if subcommand == 'stage-docs':
elif subcommand == 'release-email':
elif not (subcommand is None or subcommand == 'stage'):
fail("Unknown subcommand: %s" % subcommand)
# else -> default subcommand stage
## Default 'stage' subcommand implementation isn't isolated to its own function yet for historical reasons
prefs = load_prefs()
if not user_ok("""Requirements:
1. Updated docs to reference the new release version where appropriate.
2. JDK8 compilers and libraries
3. Your Apache ID, already configured with SSH keys on and SSH keys available in this shell session
4. All issues in the target release resolved with valid resolutions (if not, this script will report the problematic JIRAs)
5. A GPG key used for signing the release. This key should have been added to public Apache servers and the KEYS file on the Kafka site
6. Standard toolset installed -- git, gpg, gradle, sftp, etc.
7. ~/.gradle/ configured with the signing properties described in the release process wiki, i.e.
signing.secretKeyRingFile=/Users/your-id/.gnupg/secring.gpg (if you are using GPG 2.1 and beyond, then this file will no longer exist anymore, and you have to manually create it from the new private key directory with "gpg --export-secret-keys -o ~/.gnupg/secring.gpg")
8. ~/.m2/settings.xml configured for pgp signing and uploading to apache release maven, i.e.,
9. You may also need to update some gnupgp configs:
pinentry-mode loopback
echo RELOADAGENT | gpg-connect-agent
If any of these are missing, see for instructions on setting them up.
Some of these may be used from these previous settings loaded from %s:
Do you have all of of these setup? (y/n): """ % (PREFS_FILE, json.dumps(prefs, indent=2))):
fail("Please try again once you have all the prerequisites ready.")
starting_branch = cmd_output('git rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD')
cmd("Verifying that you have no unstaged git changes", 'git diff --exit-code --quiet')
cmd("Verifying that you have no staged git changes", 'git diff --cached --exit-code --quiet')
release_version = raw_input("Release version (without any RC info, e.g. 1.0.0): ")
release_version_parts = get_release_version_parts(release_version)
rc = raw_input("Release candidate number: ")
dev_branch = '.'.join(release_version_parts[:2])
docs_release_version = docs_version(release_version)
# Validate that the release doesn't already exist and that the
cmd("Fetching tags from upstream", 'git fetch --tags %s' % PUSH_REMOTE_NAME)
tags = cmd_output('git tag').split()
if release_version in tags:
fail("The specified version has already been tagged and released.")
# TODO promotion
if not rc:
fail("Automatic Promotion is not yet supported.")
# Find the latest RC and make sure they want to promote that one
rc_tag = sorted([t for t in tags if t.startswith(release_version + '-rc')])[-1]
if not user_ok("Found %s as latest RC for this release. Is this correct? (y/n): "):
fail("This script couldn't determine which RC tag to promote, you'll need to fix up the RC tags and re-run the script.")
# Prereq checks
apache_id = get_pref(prefs, 'apache_id', lambda: raw_input("Enter your apache username: "))
jdk8_env = get_jdk(prefs, 8)
def select_gpg_key():
print("Here are the available GPG keys:")
available_keys = cmd_output("gpg --list-secret-keys")
key_name = raw_input("Which user name (enter the user name without email address): ")
if key_name not in available_keys:
fail("Couldn't find the requested key.")
return key_name
key_name = get_pref(prefs, 'gpg-key', select_gpg_key)
gpg_passphrase = get_pref(prefs, 'gpg-pass', lambda: getpass("Passphrase for this GPG key: "))
# Do a quick validation so we can fail fast if the password is incorrect
with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile() as gpg_test_tempfile:
cmd("Testing GPG key & passphrase", ["gpg", "--batch", "--pinentry-mode", "loopback", "--passphrase-fd", "0", "-u", key_name, "--armor", "--output", + ".asc", "--detach-sig",], stdin=gpg_passphrase)
# Generate RC
except ValueError:
fail("Invalid release candidate number: %s" % rc)
rc_tag = release_version + '-rc' + rc
delete_gitrefs = True # Since we are about to start creating new git refs, enable cleanup function on failure to try to delete them
cmd("Checking out current development branch", "git checkout -b %s %s" % (release_version, PUSH_REMOTE_NAME + "/" + dev_branch))
print("Updating version numbers")
replace("", "version", "version=%s" % release_version)
replace("tests/kafkatest/", "__version__", "__version__ = '%s'" % release_version)
cmd("update streams quickstart pom", ["sed", "-i", ".orig"," s/-SNAPSHOT//", "streams/quickstart/pom.xml"])
cmd("update streams quickstart java pom", ["sed", "-i", ".orig", "s/-SNAPSHOT//", "streams/quickstart/java/pom.xml"])
cmd("update streams quickstart java pom", ["sed", "-i", ".orig", "s/-SNAPSHOT//", "streams/quickstart/java/src/main/resources/archetype-resources/pom.xml"])
cmd("remove backup pom.xml", "rm streams/quickstart/pom.xml.orig")
cmd("remove backup java pom.xml", "rm streams/quickstart/java/pom.xml.orig")
cmd("remove backup java pom.xml", "rm streams/quickstart/java/src/main/resources/archetype-resources/pom.xml.orig")
# Command in explicit list due to messages with spaces
cmd("Committing version number updates", ["git", "commit", "-a", "-m", "Bump version to %s" % release_version])
# Command in explicit list due to messages with spaces
cmd("Tagging release candidate %s" % rc_tag, ["git", "tag", "-a", rc_tag, "-m", rc_tag])
rc_githash = cmd_output("git show-ref --hash " + rc_tag)
cmd("Switching back to your starting branch", "git checkout %s" % starting_branch)
# Note that we don't use tempfile here because mkdtemp causes problems with sftp and being able to determine the absolute path to a file.
# Instead we rely on a fixed path and if it
work_dir = os.path.join(REPO_HOME, ".release_work_dir")
if os.path.exists(work_dir):
fail("A previous attempt at a release left dirty state in the work directory. Clean up %s before proceeding. (This attempt will try to cleanup, simply retrying may be sufficient now...)" % work_dir)
print("Temporary build working director:", work_dir)
kafka_dir = os.path.join(work_dir, 'kafka')
streams_quickstart_dir = os.path.join(kafka_dir, 'streams/quickstart')
print("Streams quickstart dir", streams_quickstart_dir)
cmd("Creating staging area for release artifacts", "mkdir kafka-" + rc_tag, cwd=work_dir)
artifacts_dir = os.path.join(work_dir, "kafka-" + rc_tag)
cmd("Cloning clean copy of repo", "git clone %s kafka" % REPO_HOME, cwd=work_dir)
cmd("Checking out RC tag", "git checkout -b %s %s" % (release_version, rc_tag), cwd=kafka_dir)
current_year =
cmd("Verifying the correct year in NOTICE", "grep %s NOTICE" % current_year, cwd=kafka_dir)
with open(os.path.join(artifacts_dir, "RELEASE_NOTES.html"), 'w') as f:
print("Generating release notes")
subprocess.check_call(["./", release_version], stdout=f)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
print("*** First command failure occurred here. ***")
print("*** Will now try to clean up working state. ***")
params = { 'release_version': release_version,
'rc_tag': rc_tag,
'artifacts_dir': artifacts_dir
cmd("Creating source archive", "git archive --format tar.gz --prefix kafka-%(release_version)s-src/ -o %(artifacts_dir)s/kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz %(rc_tag)s" % params)
cmd("Building artifacts", "gradle", cwd=kafka_dir, env=jdk8_env)
cmd("Building artifacts", "./gradlew clean releaseTarGzAll aggregatedJavadoc", cwd=kafka_dir, env=jdk8_env)
cmd("Copying artifacts", "cp %s/core/build/distributions/* %s" % (kafka_dir, artifacts_dir), shell=True)
cmd("Copying artifacts", "cp -R %s/build/docs/javadoc %s" % (kafka_dir, artifacts_dir))
for filename in os.listdir(artifacts_dir):
full_path = os.path.join(artifacts_dir, filename)
if not os.path.isfile(full_path):
# Commands in explicit list due to key_name possibly containing spaces
cmd("Signing " + full_path, ["gpg", "--batch", "--passphrase-fd", "0", "-u", key_name, "--armor", "--output", full_path + ".asc", "--detach-sig", full_path], stdin=gpg_passphrase)
cmd("Verifying " + full_path, ["gpg", "--verify", full_path + ".asc", full_path])
# Note that for verification, we need to make sure only the filename is used with --print-md because the command line
# argument for the file is included in the output and verification uses a simple diff that will break if an absolut path
# is used.
dir, fname = os.path.split(full_path)
cmd("Generating MD5 for " + full_path, "gpg --print-md md5 %s > %s.md5" % (fname, fname), shell=True, cwd=dir)
cmd("Generating SHA1 for " + full_path, "gpg --print-md sha1 %s > %s.sha1" % (fname, fname), shell=True, cwd=dir)
cmd("Generating SHA512 for " + full_path, "gpg --print-md sha512 %s > %s.sha512" % (fname, fname), shell=True, cwd=dir)
cmd("Listing artifacts to be uploaded:", "ls -R %s" % artifacts_dir)
if not user_ok("Going to upload the artifacts in %s, listed above, to your Apache home directory. Ok (y/n)?): " % artifacts_dir):
kafka_output_dir = "kafka-" + rc_tag
sftp_mkdir(os.path.join("public_html", kafka_output_dir))
public_release_dir = os.path.join("public_html", kafka_output_dir)
# The sftp -r option doesn't seem to work as would be expected, at least with the version shipping on OS X. To work around this we process all the files and directories manually...
sftp_cmds = ""
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(artifacts_dir):
assert root.startswith(artifacts_dir)
for dir in dirs:
sftp_mkdir(os.path.join("public_html", kafka_output_dir, root[len(artifacts_dir)+1:], dir))
for file in files:
local_path = os.path.join(root, file)
remote_path = os.path.join("public_html", kafka_output_dir, root[len(artifacts_dir)+1:], file)
sftp_cmds = """
put %s %s
""" % (local_path, remote_path)
cmd("Uploading artifacts in %s to your Apache home directory" % root, "sftp -b -" % apache_id, stdin=sftp_cmds)
with open(os.path.expanduser("~/.gradle/")) as f:
contents =
if not user_ok("Going to build and upload mvn artifacts based on these settings:\n" + contents + '\nOK (y/n)?: '):
fail("Retry again later")
cmd("Building and uploading archives", "./gradlew uploadArchivesAll", cwd=kafka_dir, env=jdk8_env)
cmd("Building and uploading archives", "mvn deploy -Pgpg-signing", cwd=streams_quickstart_dir, env=jdk8_env)
release_notification_props = { 'release_version': release_version,
'rc': rc,
'rc_tag': rc_tag,
'rc_githash': rc_githash,
'dev_branch': dev_branch,
'docs_version': docs_release_version,
'apache_id': apache_id,
# TODO: Many of these suggested validation steps could be automated and would help pre-validate a lot of the stuff voters test
Ok. We've built and staged everything for the %(rc_tag)s.
Now you should sanity check it before proceeding. All subsequent steps start making RC data public.
Some suggested steps:
* Grab the source archive and make sure it compiles:
* Grab one of the binary distros and run the quickstarts against them:
* Extract and verify one of the site docs jars:
* Build a sample against jars in the staging repo: (TODO: Can we get a temporary URL before "closing" the staged artifacts?)
* Validate GPG signatures on at least one file:
wget &&
wget &&
wget &&
wget &&
wget &&
gpg --verify kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz.asc kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz &&
gpg --print-md md5 kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz | diff - kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz.md5 &&
gpg --print-md sha1 kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz | diff - kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz.sha1 &&
gpg --print-md sha512 kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz | diff - kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz.sha512 &&
rm kafka-%(release_version)s-src.tgz* &&
echo "OK" || echo "Failed"
* Validate the javadocs look ok. They are at
""" % release_notification_props)
if not user_ok("Have you sufficiently verified the release artifacts (y/n)?: "):
fail("Ok, giving up")
print("Next, we need to get the Maven artifacts we published into the staging repository.")
# TODO: Can we get this closed via a REST API since we already need to collect credentials for this repo?
print("Go to and hit 'Close' for the new repository that was created by uploading artifacts.")
if not user_ok("Have you successfully deployed the artifacts (y/n)?: "):
fail("Ok, giving up")
if not user_ok("Ok to push RC tag %s (y/n)?: " % rc_tag):
fail("Ok, giving up")
cmd("Pushing RC tag", "git push %s %s" % (PUSH_REMOTE_NAME, rc_tag))
# Move back to starting branch and clean out the temporary release branch (e.g. 1.0.0) we used to generate everything
cmd("Resetting repository working state", "git reset --hard HEAD && git checkout %s" % starting_branch, shell=True)
cmd("Deleting git branches %s" % release_version, "git branch -D %s" % release_version, shell=True)
email_contents = """
Subject: [VOTE] %(release_version)s RC%(rc)s
Hello Kafka users, developers and client-developers,
This is the first candidate for release of Apache Kafka %(release_version)s.
Release notes for the %(release_version)s release:
*** Please download, test and vote by <VOTING DEADLINE, e.g. Monday, March 28, 9am PT>
Kafka's KEYS file containing PGP keys we use to sign the release:
* Release artifacts to be voted upon (source and binary):
* Maven artifacts to be voted upon:
* Javadoc:
* Tag to be voted upon (off %(dev_branch)s branch) is the %(release_version)s tag:
* Documentation:
* Protocol:
* Successful Jenkins builds for the %(dev_branch)s branch:
Unit/integration tests:<BUILD NUMBER>/
System tests:<BUILD_NUMBER>/
""" % release_notification_props
print("All artifacts should now be fully staged. Use the above template to send the announcement for the RC to the mailing list.")
print("IMPORTANT: Note that there are still some substitutions that need to be made in the template:")
print(" - Describe major changes in this release")
print(" - Deadline for voting, which should be at least 3 days after you send out the email")
print(" - Jenkins build numbers for successful unit & system test builds")
print(" - Fill in your name in the signature")
print(" - Finally, validate all the links before shipping!")
print("Note that all substitutions are annotated with <> around them.")