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perlbrew (3) Versions 0.3.0

Configures and Installs perlbrew

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DESCRIPTION

This cookbook provides resource primitives (LWRPs) and recipes that can be used to configure, install, and manage the Perlbrew environment.

PLATFORMS

This cookbook is tested on the following platforms:

  • CentOS/RHEL 5.11 64-bit
  • CentOS/RHEL 6.6 64-bit
  • Debian 6.0.10
  • Debian 7.8
  • Ubuntu 10.04
  • Ubuntu 12.04
  • Ubuntu 14.04

Unlisted platforms in the same family, of similar or equivalent versions may work with or without modification to this cookbook. Pull requests to add support for other platforms are welcome.

REQUIREMENTS

Perlbrew requires a system perl and the following packages to be available during the installation process:

  • curl
  • patch

Perlbrew compiles perl from source and requires a standard compiler toolchain to be available. The bundled 'perlbrew' recipe installs this toolchain automatically using the build-essential cookbook, if they are missing. The LWRP method of configuring and installing perlbrew defers this responsibility to the cookbook consumer.

ATTRIBUTES

  • node['perlbrew']['perlbrew_root'] = "/opt/perlbrew" - Sets the PERLBREW_ROOT environment variable
  • node['perlbrew']['perls'] = [] - An array of perls to install, e.g. ["perl-5.14.2", "perl-5.12.3"]
  • node['perlbrew']['install_options'] = '' - A string of command line options for perlbrew install, e.g. -D usethreads for building all perls with threads
  • node['perlbrew']['cpanm_options'] = '' - A string of command line options for cpanm, e.g. --notest for installing modules without running tests
  • node['perlbrew']['self_upgrade'] = true - Set to false if you don't want perlbrew upgraded to the latest version automatically

RECIPES

perlbrew

Installs/updates perlbrew along with patchperl and cpanm. This is required for use of the LWRP. Optionally installs perls specified in the node['perlbrew']['perls'] attribute list.

perlbrew::profile

This recipe installs a file in /etc/profile.d that enables perlbrew for all users, though the standard caveats mentioned in the perlbrew documentation do apply.

RESOURCES / PROVIDERS

perlbrew

This LWRP provides actions to install / remove perlbrew using the directory specified in the node['perlbrew']['perlbrew_root'] attribute.

  • Actions

    • :install (default)

      perlbrew '/opt/perlbrew' do
        perls         [ 'perl-5.10.1', 'perl-5.14.2' ]
        upgrade       true
      end
      
    • :remove

      perlbrew '/opt/perlbrew' do
        action        :remove
      end
      
  • Attributes

    • :perls - An array of strings representing perls to brew / install.
    • :upgrade - A boolean flag to disable/enable the automatic upgrading of perlbrew.

perlbrew_profile

This LWRP provides actions to install / remove the shell script that enables perlbrew for all users.

  • Actions

    • :install (default)

      perlbrew_profile '/etc/profile.d/perlbrew.sh' do
        mode          0644
        group         'root'
        owner         'root'
        template      'perlbrew.sh.erb'
      end
      
    • :remove
      perlbrew_profile '/etc/profile.d/perlbrew.sh' do
        action        :remove
      end
      
  • Attributes

    • :mode - The file's default permissions.
    • :group - The file's group association.
    • :owner - The file's owner.
    • :template - The template used to create the file.

perlbrew_perl

This LWRP provides actions to brew and install perls into node['perlbrew']['perlbrew_root'].

  • Actions

    • :install (default)

      ## Equivalent to 'perlbrew install perl-5.14.2'
      perlbrew_perl 'perl-5.14.2' do
        action :install
      end
      
      ## Equivalent to 'perlbrew install perl-5.14.2 --as 5.14.2'
      perlbrew_perl '5.14.2' do
        version 'perl-5.14.2'
        action :install
      end
      
    • :remove

      perlbrew_perl 'perl-5.14.2' do
        action :remove
      end
      
  • Attributes

    • :install_options - The options to be provided during brewing / installation.
    • :version - The version of perl to install, in the perl-X.Y.Z format that perlbrew expects.

perlbrew_switch

This LWRP provides an action to switch between brewed perl installations / system perl.

  • Actions

    • :default (default)

      perlbrew_switch 'off'
      perlbrew_switch 'perl-5.14.2'
      

perlbrew_lib

This LWRP creates a perlbrew-based local::lib library for a particular perlbrew perl.

  • Actions

    • :create (default)

      perlbrew_lib 'perl-5.14.2@mylib' do
        action :create
      end
      
    • :delete

      perlbrew_lib 'perl-5.14.2@mylib' do
        action :delete
      end
      
  • Attributes

    • :perlbrew - The brewed perl to attach the library to (e.g. perl-5.14.2), and it is not installed, the perlbrew_perl LWRP will be used to brew and install it. If this attribute is not specified, it will be derived from the perlbrew_lib name.

perlbrew_cpanm

This LWRP installs CPAN modules to a given perlbrew perl or local::lib using cpanm (App::cpanminus).

  • Actions

    • :install (default)

      perlbrew_cpanm 'Modern Perl modules' do
        modules ['Modern::Perl', 'Task::Kensho']
        perlbrew 'perl-5.14.2@mylib'
      end
      
  • Attributes

    • :modules - The list of module names to pass to cpanm.
    • :perlbrew - The brewed perl (and optional library) to use for installing modules.

perlbrew_run

This LWRP runs a bash command in the context of a given perlbrew perl or local::lib.

  • Actions

    • :run (default)

      ##Execute as script file.
      perlbrew_run 'hello-world.pl' do
         perlbrew 'perl-5.14.2@mylib'
      end
      
      ## Execute as a script string.
      perlbrew_run 'Perl hello world' do
        perlbrew 'perl-5.14.2@mylib'
        command "perl -wE 'say q{Hello World}'"
      end
      
  • Attributes

    • :command - The bash command to run, defaulting to the resource name if not specified.
    • :cwd - The directory to change into prior to running the command.
    • :environment - The hash of environment variables to set prior to running the command
    • :perlbrew - The brewed perl (and optional library) to use for running the command.

USAGE

This cookbook provides the following methods for configuring and installing perlbrew, one of which is required to use the other LWRPs in the cookbook:

## Method 1 - Include this cookbook's recipes in your cookbook/recipe: 
include_recipe 'perlbrew'
include_recipe 'perlbrew::profile'

## Method 2 - Use this cookbook's LWRPs in your cookbook/recipe:
perlbrew <path> do
  perls         [ <perl-version>, <perl-version> ]
  upgrade       <true|false>
end
perlbrew_profile <path> do
  group         <group-name>
  owner         <owner-name>
  mode          <mode>
  template      <template-file>
end

AUTHOR(S)

CONTRIBUTOR(S)

MAINTAINER(S)

Copyright (c) 2012-2015, the above named AUTHORS, CONTRIBUTORS, and MAINTIANERS

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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FC059: LWRP provider does not declare use_inline_resources: perlbrew/providers/cpanm.rb:1
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FC074: LWRP should use DSL to define resource's default action: perlbrew/resources/lib.rb:1
FC074: LWRP should use DSL to define resource's default action: perlbrew/resources/perl.rb:1
FC074: LWRP should use DSL to define resource's default action: perlbrew/resources/run.rb:1
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