I’m a ruby newbie, so please forgive me, if my question is caused by just not knowing the language I use. But I’m not that confident
node.recipe?(“recipe-name”) should return, whether a recipe is … what?
- included in the run list?
- included in the expanded run list?
- already seen in the current chef run?
It’s e.g. used in the chef-client::config recipe  to determine, whether it runs on a chef-server. However, it didn’t work for me, as chef-client recipe is prior to chef-server in the run list.
Using node[“recipes”].include? worked for me. So is this the expanded run list and would node.run_state[:seen_recipes].has_key? equivalent to node.recipe?
If so, should I open a pull request for the chef-client recipe?