On Fri, 30 Mar 2012 14:10:52 -0600
"Jeffrey S. Haemer" <jeffrey.haemer(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm a Fedora apprentice, interested in Puppet.
I've been looking through the puppet repo on lockbox01 to try to learn
what's there. I've been looking through them on lockbox01 itself.
I think it would be useful to try running puppet-lint on a module or
two. It seems like it would be easiest to do this on my own machine,
since that way I wouldn't have to persuade someone else to install
puppet-lint and its transitive dependencies on an official, Fedora
So, here are my questions:
(1) Would it be okay if I downloaded a single module from the repo?
I suppose it would be, but you don't need the entire git history right?
Just the current files? I'm pretty sure our head revision is ok and
doesn't contain much sensitive.
(2) Could someone suggest a particularly "typical" repo to
Even better would be three -- one very simple, one typical, and one
complex -- but I'd be perfectly content to start with one.
Well, for complex our httpd module has often been messy seeming to me.
The glusterfs one I added recently might be middling complex. It
doesn't have much in it, but it uses templates and some other things.
Something like askbot would be a simple one I think.
I'm interested to hear what puppet lint says about our stuff. ;)