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Separate Quantum Client API module needed for Horizon

asked 2011-11-27 17:07:55 -0500

There seems to be a problem getting Quantum to run with Horizon in that Horizon needs the Quantum Client API module to work. Currently the only way to get it to work it to install the Quantum package via pip. The problem with this is that the version downloaded in incompatible from an API perspective with the latest Quantum version from Github.

See question raised on Horizon launchpad (

Also, when building Quantum via the devstack script and running the python develop command line it returns the message Command 'develop' not found. Should this be a concern?

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answered 2011-11-28 04:11:41 -0500

bgh gravatar image

I guess we need to re-think the quantum-client package. Currently it is just the quantum client binary but it sounds like it should also include the client api as well so that horizon can use it.

Also, the pip one is pretty out of date so we should remove it and upload a new one once the directory structure is all figured out.

I'm turning this question into a bug so that we can track progress against it.

Also, the second issue ( develop not existing) is just a bug so I'll file that too.

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answered 2011-11-28 16:43:18 -0500

danwent gravatar image

Yeah, what is on PyPi was not actually released by the Quantum project. From the looks of it, Tyler just uploaded something on his own well before the packaging code was even reviewed or in trunk and then never updated it. We should get that removed to avoid confusion.

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answered 2012-05-07 18:52:49 -0500

somikbehera gravatar image

As per comment #1, this question was turned into a bug and seems like core question is now resolved. Please confirm.

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