Delivery cli 0.0.15 Released

Ohai Chefs! We are delighted to announce the availability of a new release of delivery cli, 0.0.15. This release has been promoted to stable for all supported platforms and is available for installation.

First, if you’re using an older cli release, you’ll notice that we are now using release numbers rather than time stamps. Hurray! Older time stamped releases have been removed from the stable channel. Now to the features…

New options for delivery init

  • Associate a new project with a Bitbucket or GitHub repo, if you have previously set up the SCM integration with Delivery
  • Specify a custom cookbook generator (local or URL)
  • Specify a custom delivery.json for your project

Delivery token management

  • The delivery token command now includes the ability to verify whether your token is valid
  • If you have attempted to run a command via delivery cli and your token is expired, you’ll now receive a prompt to authenticate. Your token will be reupped and your original command will proceed without error.

The new cli release can be installed via Omnitruck:

Installation on Ubuntu, EL, Mac OS X

curl -L | sudo bash -s -- -P delivery-cli

Installation on Windows

. { iwr -useb } | iex; install -project delivery-cli

This is the last planned standalone release of delivery cli. Starting with the ChefDK 0.14 release, delivery cli will be packaged as part of the DK. It can still be compiled via source as well.

Many of these improvements are the result of user feedback. Thank you! Please keep it coming by contacting us directly or participating in our feedback forum. Thanks for using Chef Delivery!