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Commits on Jun 23, 2011
  1. Added a README

    Sharpie committed Jun 23, 2011
    Info and changelogs
  2. Remove Pip Cookbook

    Sharpie committed Jun 23, 2011
    Pip can be accessed using the Opscode Python cookbook:
    This is probably a more up-to-date and better supported method of using Pip
    with Chef.
Commits on May 31, 2011
  1. Import Cherokee cookbook

    Sharpie committed May 31, 2011
    git-subtree-dir: cherokee
    git-subtree-mainline: f93430a
    git-subtree-split: 0ec0413
  2. Import PPA cookbook

    Sharpie committed May 31, 2011
    git-subtree-dir: ppa
    git-subtree-mainline: ae8645f
    git-subtree-split: e92c0aa
Commits on Jan 6, 2011
  1. PPAs: Launchpad Personal Package Archives

    Sharpie committed Jan 6, 2011
    Cookbook based off of the Opscode cookbook for apt.
Commits on Jan 5, 2011
  1. Created cookbook for cherokee webserver

    Sharpie committed Jan 5, 2011
    Capable of getting to "Hello, World!" on Ubuntu.
Commits on Jan 4, 2011
  1. Bumped timeouts on Pip commands

    Sharpie committed Dec 30, 2010
    Sometimes Python mirrors take an absurdly long time to downlaod from.  Which is
    odd since the most troublesome mirror is hosted by Google code...
    Anyway, timeouts raised from 60 secods to 10 minutes.
  2. Cleanup tweaks to cookbooks

    Sharpie committed Nov 10, 2010
    Used the Chef log function instead of `puts` and used File.join to do path
    construction in the main cookbook.
    Used a better test for the existance of pip in the Pip cookbook.
  3. Added Pip and associated resources

    Sharpie committed Nov 8, 2010
    The pip instalation specification is quite hacky---it relies on
    `easy_install-2.7` being present in the path.
    The rest of the files add support so that Pip may be used by Chef as a provider
    of Python packages.  The provider and resource files are taken from Christopher
    Peplin's repository as discussed in Chef issue 973:
    It looks like a native pip provider may show up in the 0.10 release of Chef.
    Modifications had to be made in order for the pip provider to be able to inherit
    from the EasyInstall class outside of the Chef install location.  This was
    acheieved with some tricks borrowed from Corey Donohoe's Smeagol repository
    which pulls similar tricks for Homebrew on OS X:
  4. Initial Commit

    Sharpie committed Jan 4, 2011