Adding Custom Packages#

If you wish to make additional Python modules available to use with extensions that you have developed, use the following information.


RhodeCode Control manages the RhodeCode Enterprise environment using Supervisor. To add custom packages you need to install your instance of RhodeCode Enterprise as a self managed instance. This will let you to update the PYTHONPATH without RhodeCode Control overwriting it. You can then extend the PYTHONPATH to find packaged outside of the RhodeCode Control managed environment. To install RhodeCode Enterprise as a self-managed service using RhodeCode Control, see the Self-managed Instructions.

Adding Custom Packages#

Once you have your instance configured as self-managed, use the following steps.

  1. Add the modules to the RhodeCode Enterprise instance directory, /home/user/.rccontrol/instance-id.

  2. Add this location to your PYTHONPATH environment variable. This is set in the /home/user/.rccontrol/supervisor/supervisor.ini file. For more information about PYTHONPATH, see the PYTHONPATH documentation.

numprocs = 1
redirect_stderr = true
environment = PYTHONPATH="",GIT_SSL_CAINFO="/home/user/.rccontrol-profile/etc/ca-bundle.crt"
  1. Specify the hook for your added module on the Admin ‣ Settings ‣ Hooks page. For example, python:rcextensions/you.custom.hook

  2. Restart RhodeCode Enterprise using the rccontrol restart <instance-id> command. For more information, see the RhodeCode Control CLI documentation.