On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 10:36 AM, Jordi Llonch email@example.com wrote:
Thanks Steve! It’s great to revive chef-rundeck.
Will give it a try.
2013/8/31 steve . firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Scott and I took over maintainer responsibilities for chef-rundeck
a while back. We have cleaned up/modernized a few things and we felt this
warranted a new release with a major version bump (0.2.0 -> 1.0.0). There
are some additional features we’d like to add, but we wanted to get this
version out first. It has, after all, been two years (!) since the last
If you’ve been using a chef-rundeck fork and our release makes your life
more difficult in some way, I apologize and hope that you’ll consider
contacting us so that we can integrate your downstream changes.
Here are the notable changes in this release:
- A basic functioning test suite that builds under Travis-CI and Ruby
1.9.2/1.9.3, connects to a Hosted Chef organization and generates a simple
Rundeck resource model. (“rake spec” to test it for yourself!)
- chef-rundeck should now drop a pidfile at startup and remove it
during normal shutdown.
- Chef node tags now appear as tags in the generated Rundeck resource
model. (Thanks, giorgio-v!)