Since it’s ruby, I assume it’s possible to have a resource run within
another scope as defined at runtime. I basically ran into a situation where
I defined a variable that I used to inject information in a template in a
library cookbook, then found that I also wanted access to that variable
from the wrapper cookbook.
I could probably put it in a library, but at this point I’m just curious if
anyone has done this. Can you run a resource in another cookbook’s recipe
if you even wanted to?
Not saying this is the correct way to do it, just curious if it’s actually