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linux-dev-env (1) Versions 0.0.10

Installs/Configures linux-dev-env

Berkshelf/Librarian
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Knife
cookbook 'linux-dev-env', '~> 0.0.10'
cookbook 'linux-dev-env', '~> 0.0.10', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install linux-dev-env
knife cookbook site download linux-dev-env
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Description

The primary focus of this cookbook will be preparing a GNU/Linux desktop/laptop/workstation/etc for various types of Development. The initial focus will be on Android and lua. At some point, Arm Assembly on the Raspberry Pi.

Supported Development Environments

  • Android
  • Lua

Supported platforms

This cookbook has only been tested on Linux Mint, my development platform of choice. However, should work on Debian and Ubuntu.

Requirements

Create a role and apply it to your node's definition like so: <pre><code> name "android_dev" description "Configure a GNU/Linux desktop/laptop for Android development " run_list "recipe[linux-dev-env::android]" override_attributes "linux-dev-env" => { "android_user" => "skywalker", "android_group" => "skywalker" } </pre></code>

The above code creates a role named 'android_dev', applies the linux-dev-env::android recipe to your node, and sets the 'android_user' and 'android_group' to 'skywalker'. This is the uid/gid of the user you plan on doing Android development under.

Next use knife to upload your 'android_role' like so: <pre><code> knife role from file roles/android_dev.rb </pre></code>

Now create your node's definition in the /nodes directory like so: <pre><code> { "normal": { }, "name": "skywalker-laptop", "chef_environment": "test", "override": { }, "test": { }, "json_class": "Chef::Node", "automatic": { }, "run_list": [ "role[android_dev]", "recipe[linux-dev-env::eclipse]", "recipe[linux-dev-env::java]" ], "chef_type": "node" } </pre></code>

The above code defines your node's definition, adds it to a test environment, applies your android_dev role, and also applies recipes linux-dev-env::eclipse & linux-dev-env::java.

The linux-dev-env::eclipse will install the latest version of the 'classic' version of the popular Eclipse IDE.

The linux-dev-env::java recipe will install Sun Java 6u37 and set it as the default Java via update-alternatives.

Next apply your new node definition against your node like so: <pre><code> laptop / # chef-client [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:12 -0400] INFO: *** Chef 10.12.0 *** [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:17 -0400] INFO: Run List is [role[android_dev], recipe[linux-dev-env::eclipse], recipe[linux-dev-env::java]] [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:17 -0400] INFO: Run List expands to [linux-dev-env::android, linux-dev-env::eclipse, linux-dev-env::java] [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:17 -0400] INFO: Starting Chef Run for laptop [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:17 -0400] INFO: Running start handlers [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:17 -0400] INFO: Start handlers complete. [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:20 -0400] INFO: Loading cookbooks [linux-dev-env] [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:23 -0400] INFO: Processing script[download-android-sdk] action run (linux-dev-env::android line 9) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:23 -0400] INFO: Processing script[untar-android-sdk] action run (linux-dev-env::android line 21) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:23 -0400] INFO: Processing script[set-permissions-on-android-sdk] action run (linux-dev-env::android line 33) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:23 -0400] INFO: Processing package[ia32-libs] action install (linux-dev-env::android line 44) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:24 -0400] INFO: Processing execute[download-eclipse-ide-x86_64_classic] action run (linux-dev-env::eclipse line 26) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:24 -0400] INFO: Processing script[install Java 6 JDK] action run (linux-dev-env::java line 11) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:24 -0400] INFO: Processing script[set-sun-java-as-default] action run (linux-dev-env::java line 28) [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:24 -0400] INFO: script[set-sun-java-as-default] ran successfully [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:25 -0400] INFO: Chef Run complete in 7.36495 seconds [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:25 -0400] INFO: Running report handlers [Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:01:25 -0400] INFO: Report handlers complete laptop etc # </pre></code>

Where to go From Here

  • If you made it this far you probably want to download and enable various tools, platforms & other components via the Android SDK Manager. You can follow the following instructions from android.com here.

  • If you want to use the Eclipse (classic) IDE be sure the apply the linux-dev-env::eclipse recipe against your node.

  • If you're using the Eclipse you can following the instructions from android.com here to install the Android Development Tools (ADT) Eclipse plugin.

  • You may now want to follow 'Next Steps' from android.com found here.

If you made it this far congratulations! You should now be ready to develope applications for Android.

Lua Development

Apply the recipe linux-dev-env::lua to install the Lua programming language.

Here's a sample role to install Lua and other supported Lua packages: <pre><code> name "android_dev" description "Configure a GNU/Linux desktop/laptop for Android development " run_list "recipe[linux-dev-env::android]" override_attributes "linux-dev-env" => { "android_user" => "skywalker", "android_group" => "skywalker", "install_webkit" => "yes", "install_luarocks" => "yes", "install_luasocket" => "yes" } </pre></code>

Attributes

The following attribues can be set in this cookbook:

Set Android SDK install directory. <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['android_sdk_install_dir'] = '/opt' </pre></code> Set Android user. CHANGE THIS! <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['android_user'] = 'skywalker' </pre></code> Set Android group, CHANGE THIS! <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['android_group'] = 'skywalker' </pre></code> Set Android SDK version. <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['android_sdk_version'] = 'r20.0.3' </pre></code> Set Eclipse IDE install directory. <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['eclipse_ide_install_dir'] = '/opt' </pre></code> Set Eclipse IDE version. <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['eclipse_ide_version'] = '4.2.1' </pre></code> Java version to install. <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['java_version'] = '6u37' </pre></code> Set Lua version to install Possible values: 5.1, 5.2 <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['lua_version'] = '5.2' </pre></code> Set to yes to install luakit <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['install_luakit'] = 'no' </pre></code> Set to yes to install luarocks <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['install_luarocks'] = 'no' </pre></code> Set to yes to install luasocket <pre><code> default['linux-dev-env']['install_luasocket'] = 'no' </pre></code>

You will need to at least set 'android_user' and 'android_group'. This is the uid/gid under which you will be doing Android development.

Dependent cookbooks

This cookbook has no specified dependencies.

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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FC047: Attribute assignment does not specify precedence: linux-dev-env/recipes/java.rb:9
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FC069: Ensure standardized license defined in metadata: linux-dev-env/metadata.rb:1
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