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cloud provisioner should be installable as a gem
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The docs suggest that installing in $confdir/modules is a good idea
I realize that it tells you to update your RUBYLIB, but… that’s kinda weak sauce.
This really should be a gem install.
I talked briefly with Michael about this, and he thought a gem install was a good idea.
#2 Updated by selena deckelmann almost 3 years ago
So… my answer is different for Mac OS X vs Linux.
For Linux – a native package is fine. For OS X, either a homebrew recipe or a gem is preferred. Downloading a .dmg or an installer package is a pain and wastes a lot of time.
I’m managing EC2 from two locations – my os x laptop, and also a puppetmaster in EC2.
(sorry I replied via email the first time… i’ve been trained by RT).
#5 Updated by Andrew Parker over 1 year ago
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As of puppet 3.0.0, puppet can load extensions from gems, so the core of this issue it taken care of. I’m closing this down because of that and the “[duplicate]” comment.
If there is another issue to address for cloud provisioner, that is probably better addressed in a new ticket.