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codenamephp_git_client (2) Versions 1.0.0

Cookbook to install apache2

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cookbook 'codenamephp_git_client', '= 1.0.0'
cookbook 'codenamephp_git_client', '= 1.0.0', :supermarket
knife supermarket install codenamephp_git_client
knife supermarket download codenamephp_git_client
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CI

Usage

Just include this cookbook in a wrapper cookbook and use the resources as you see fit. Just make sure you install git before you use any of the resources that use it since they assume it is installed. You can of course use the codenamephp_git_client_package resource for this.

Resources

package

The codenamephp_git_client_package resource installs the package using a package manager.

Actions

  • :install: Installs the git client using a package manager.

Properties

  • package_name: The name of the package to install, defaults to 'git'

Examples

# Minimal properties
codenamephp_git_client_package 'Install git'

# With custom package name
codenamephp_git_client_package 'Install git' do
  package_name 'some package'
end

config

The codenamephp_git_client_config resource is used to set configurations through git config. It supports system wide, user global and per-repo configurations.

Actions

  • set: Sets the given config

Properties

  • key: The key of config to set, e.g. user.full_name, defaults to the resource name
  • value: The config value to set
  • user: The user to run the command as
  • scope: The scope to set the config for, one of local global system, defaults to global
  • path: The path to run the command in, needed when setting per-repo settings, defaults to empty string
  • options: Additional options that will be appended to the command, defaults to empty string

Exmaples

# Minimal properties
codenamephp_git_client_config 'user.full_name' do
  value 'Some User'
  user 'someuser'
end

# All properties
codenamephp_git_client_config 'Set some config' do
  key 'some config'
  value 'some value'
  user 'someuser'
  scope 'local'
  path '/some/path'
  options '--some-options'
end

config_user

The codenamephp_git_client_config_user is used to configure multiple values for a single user using a hash where the keys are the config keys and values the configs to be set for their keys. The configs are all set in the --global scope. Uses codenamephp_git_client_config internally.

Actions

  • :set: Sets the given configs for the given user

Properties

  • user: The user to execute the command as and to set the configs for
  • configs: A hash with the config keys and their values

Examples

# Minimal properties
codenamephp_git_client_config_user 'Set configs for user' do
  user 'some user'
  configs lazy { { 'user.full_name' => 'Test User', 'user.email' => 'test@test.de' } }
end

config_users

The codenamephp_git_client_config_users is used to configure multiple configs for multiple users at once. The configs are passed as a Hash with the username as key and another Hash with config name => config value pairs. Uses codenamephp_git_client_config_user internally.

Actions

  • :set: Sets the given configs for the given users

Properties

  • users_configs: A Hash with the username as key and another Hash with config name => config value pairs.

Examples

# Minimal properties
codenamephp_git_client_config_users 'Config user' do
  users_configs lazy {
    {
      'user1' => { :config1_user1 => 'value1_user1', 'config2_user1' => 'value2_user1' },
      'user2' => { :config1_user2 => 'value1_user2', 'config2_user2' => 'value2_user2' },
    }
  }
end

config_users_from_data_bag

The config_users_from_data_bag resource can be used to set git configurations from data bags. The configs have to be set in the user item. Example:

{
  "id": "user",
  "codenamephp": {
    "git_client": {
      "config": {
        "user.full_name": "Test User",
        "user.email": "test@test.de"
      }
    }
  }
}

Only users that have a non-empty config set are used.

Actions

  • manage: Manages the configs from the data bag

Properties

  • data_bag_name: The name of the data bag to search for users, defaults to users

Examples

# Minimal properties
codenamephp_git_client_config_users_from_data_bag 'Manage git users'

# With custom data_bag_name
codenamephp_git_client_config_users_from_data_bag 'Manage git users' do
  data_bag_name 'some_data_bag'
end

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