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nodejs (26) Versions 3.0.0

Installs/Configures node.js & io.js

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Installs node.js/io.js and manages npm

Requirements

Platforms

  • Debian/Ubuntu
  • RHEL/CentOS/Scientific/Amazon/Oracle

Note: Source installs require GCC 4.8+, which is not included on older distro releases

Chef

  • Chef 11+

Cookbooks

  • yum-epel
  • build-essential
  • ark
  • apt
  • homebrew

Usage

Include the nodejs recipe to install node on your system based on the default installation method:

include_recipe "nodejs"

Engine

You can select different engine by setting node['nodejs']['engine']

node['nodejs']['engine'] => 'node' # default
node['nodejs']['engine'] => 'iojs'

You can also use recipes nodejs::nodejs or nodejs::iojs.

Install methods

Package

Install node from packages:

node['nodejs']['install_method'] = 'package' # Not necessary because it's the default
include_recipe "nodejs"
# Or
include_recipe "nodejs::nodejs_from_package"

Note that only apt (Ubuntu, Debian) appears to have up to date packages available. Centos, RHEL, etc are non-functional (try nodejs_from_binary for those).

Binary

Install node from official prebuilt binaries:

node['nodejs']['install_method'] = 'binary'
include_recipe "nodejs"
# Or
include_recipe "nodejs::nodejs_from_binary"
# Or set a specific version of nodejs to be installed
node.default['nodejs']['install_method'] = 'binary'
node.default['nodejs']['version'] = '5.9.0'
node.default['nodejs']['binary']['checksum'] = '99c4136cf61761fac5ac57f80544140a3793b63e00a65d4a0e528c9db328bf40'

Source

Install node from sources:

node['nodejs']['install_method'] = 'source'
include_recipe "nodejs"
# Or
include_recipe "nodejs::nodejs_from_source"

NPM

Npm is included in nodejs installs by default. By default, we are using it and call it embedded. Adding recipe nodejs::npm assure you to have npm installed and let you choose install method with node['nodejs']['npm']['install_method']

include_recipe "nodejs::npm"

Warning: This recipe will include the nodejs recipe, which by default includes nodejs::nodejs_from_package if you did not set node['nodejs']['install_method'].

Custom Resources (Providers)

nodejs_npm

nodejs_npm let you install npm packages from various sources:

  • npm registry:

    • name: attribute :package
    • version: attribute :version (optional)
  • url: attribute :url

    • for git use git://{your_repo}
  • from a json (package.json by default): attribute :json

    • use true for default
    • use a String to specify json file

Packages can be installed globally (by default) or in a directory (by using attribute :path)

You can specify an NPM_TOKEN environment variable for accessing NPM private modules by using attribute :npm_token

You can append more specific options to npm command with attribute :options array :

  • use an array of options (w/ dash), they will be added to npm call.
  • ex: ['--production','--force'] or ['--force-latest']

This LWRP attempts to use vanilla npm as much as possible (no custom wrapper).

Packages

nodejs_npm "express"

nodejs_npm "async" do
  version "0.6.2"
end

nodejs_npm "request" do
  url "github mikeal/request"
end

nodejs_npm "grunt" do
  path "/home/random/grunt"
  json true
  user "random"
end

nodejs_npm "my_private_module" do
  path "/home/random/myproject" # The root path to your project, containing a package.json file
  json true
  npm_token "12345-abcde-e5d4c3b2a1"
  user "random"
  options ['--production'] # Only install dependencies. Skip devDependencies
end

Working Examples

Or add packages via attributes (which accept the same attributes as the LWRP above):

"nodejs": {
  "npm_packages": [
    {
      "name": "express"
    },
    {
      "name": "async",
      "version": "0.6.2"
    },
    {
      "name": "request",
      "url": "github mikeal/request"
    }
    {
      "name": "grunt",
      "path": "/home/random/grunt",
      "json": true,
      "user": "random"
    }
  ]
}

License & Authors

Author: Marius Ducea (marius@promethost.com) Author: Nathan L Smith (nlloyds@gmail.com) Author: Guilhem Lettron (guilhem@lettron.fr) Author: Barthelemy Vessemont (bvessemont@gmail.com)

Copyright: 2008-2016, Chef Software, Inc.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

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homebrew >= 0.0.0
apt >= 2.9.1
ark >= 0.0.0
build-essential >= 0.0.0
yum-epel >= 0.0.0

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NodeJS Cookbook Changelog

3.0.0 (2016-11-02)

  • Updated the default release to the nodejs 6.9.1. This requires C++11 extensions to compile, which are only present in GCC 4.8+. Due to this RHEL 5/6 and Ubuntu 12.04 are not supported if using this version.
  • Switched the download URLs to the .xz packages since the .tar.gz packages are no longer being created
  • Improvements to the readme examples and requirements sections
  • Removed installation of apt-transport-https and instead rely on an apt cookbook that will do the same
  • Fixed the ChefSpec matchers
  • Added Scientific, Oracle, and Amazon as supported distros in the metadata
  • Added chef_version metadata
  • Removed conflicts and suggests metadata which aren't implemented or recommended for use
  • Removed Chef 10 compatibility code
  • Switched Integration testing to Inspec from bats
  • Added the Apache 2.0 license file to the repo
  • Expanded Test Kitchen testing
  • Switched from Rubocop to Cookstyle and resolved all warnings
  • Switched Travis to testing using ChefDK

2.4.4

  • Use HTTPS prefix URLs for node download #98
  • Update NPM symlink when installing from source #105
  • Add support for NPM private modules #107

v2.4.2

  • Fix check version
  • Support iojs package install

v2.4.0

  • Move npm_packages to his own recipe
  • Fix different race conditions when using direct recipe call
  • Fix npm recipe

v2.3.2

  • Fix package recipe

v2.3.0

  • Support io.js. Use node['nodejs']['engine'].
  • Add MacOS support via homebrew

v2.2.0

  • Add node['nodejs']['keyserver']
  • Update arm checksum
  • Fix npm_packages JSON

v2.1.0

  • Use official nodesource repository
  • Add node['nodejs']['npm_packages'] to install npm package with default recipe

v2.0.0

  • Travis integration
  • Gems updated
  • Rewrite cookbook dependencies
  • Added complete test-kitchen integration : Rake, rubocop, foodcritic, vagrant, bats testing ...
  • Added NodeJS install_method option (sources, bins or packages)
  • Added NPM install_method option (sources or packages)
  • NPM version can now be chosen independently from nodejs' embedded version
  • Added a nodejs_npm LWRP to manage, install and resolve NPM packages

v1.3.0

  • update default versions to the latest: node - v0.10.15 and npm - v1.3.5
  • default to package installation of nodejs on smartos (@wanelo-pair)
  • Add Raspberry pi support (@robertkowalski)

v1.2.0

  • implement installation from package on RedHat - (@vaskas)

v1.1.3:

  • update default version of node to 0.10.13 - and npm - v1.3.4 ([@jodosha][])

v1.1.2:

  • update default version of node to 0.10.2 - (@bakins)
  • fully migrated to test-kitchen 1.alpha and vagrant 1.1.x/berkshelf 1.3.1

v1.1.1:

  • update default versions to the latest: node - v0.10.0 and npm - v1.2.14
  • make_thread is now a real attribute - (@ChrisLundquist)

v1.1.0:

  • rewrite the package install; remove rpm support since there are no longer any packages available anywhere
  • add support to install legacy_packages from ubuntu repo as well as the latest 0.10.x branch (this is default).

v1.0.4:

  • add support for binary installation method (@JulesAU)

v1.0.3:

  • unreleased

v1.0.2:

  • add smartos support for package install (@sax)
  • support to compile with all processors available (default 2 if unknown) - (@ChrisLundquist)
  • moved to platform_family syntax
  • ensure npm recipe honours the 'source' or 'package' setting - (@markbirbeck)
  • updated the default versions to the latest stable node/npm

v1.0.1:

  • fixed bug that prevented overwritting the node/npm versions (moved the src_urls as local variables instead of attributes) - (@johannesbecker)
  • updated the default versions to the latest node/npm

v1.0.0:

  • added packages installation support (@smith)

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