I’ve actually been in contact with the lead developer of HP’s Fog work
and they will be merging upstream once HP gets closer to leaving their
beta period. There are indeed a few issues with the current
implementation, feel free to open tickets against my repo until we
find a more permanent place for it.
As far as managing the conflicting versions of Fog, I currently use
RVM gemsets to manage them. I have separate gemsets for
knife-ec2/rackspace, knife-openstack and knife-hp. We’re discussing
updating all the Fog dependencies once more patches have made it
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On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 10:47 PM, Alan Milligan
Big kudos to Matt Ray for the knife hpcloud plugin - it works a treat
(although perhaps should not allow you to create instances with no ssh
But I’m curious about this hpfog rubygem, which is clearly a fork of fog.
It’s current version is 0.0.14,whereas fog is at 1.1.x.
There is a write-up here talking about their intention to (eventually)
However, installing hpfog masks fog, and while my knife/fog services all
still appear to work, I’m interested to know if anyone’s aware/tracking