Thanks Noah, that works all good.
After looking into this I took a step back and upgraded to Berkshelf v3 by
updating the Gemfile with:
gem “berkshelf”, github: “berkshelf/berkshelf”
Just exploring the newer version of Berkshelf now.
I did need to update the Berksfile with:
cookbook “mongodb”, github: “edelight/chef-mongodb”
Some new commands like “berks vendor” which I’m checking out now as well.
On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 11:18 AM, Noah Kantrowitz email@example.com:
cookbook ‘mongodo’, github: ‘delight/chef-mongodb’
Also they should really be publishing releases.
On Jan 14, 2014, at 7:14 PM, Rudi firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I’m using Berkshelf to download community cookbooks for my application
and I’m noticing some cookbooks seem out of date.
For example MongoDB (https://github.com/edelight/chef-mongodb)
Berkshelf => 0.13.7
GitHub => 0.14.4
Is this just how it is when using Berkshelf? There’s no way to make
"berks update" use git hub direct?