Chef cookbook for managing .NET Core (http://dotnet.github.io/) installation and applications on all supported platforms.
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README.md

dotnetcore-cookbook

A Chef cookbook for managing .NET Core (http://dotnet.github.io/) installation and applications on all supported platforms. Simply include recipe[dotnetcore] in your runlist to utilize the dotnet resource provider. This cookbook is in it's early stages and will try to keep up with the pace of .NET Core development.

Supported Platforms

  • Ubuntu 16.04
  • Ubuntu 14.04
  • Centos 7.1
  • Oracle 7.1
  • Redhat 7.1
  • Amazon
  • Windows Server 2012 R2

Attributes

Key Type Description Default
['dotnetcore']['package']['name'] String The apt-get package name for Debian/Ubuntu. See default.rb
['dotnetcore']['package']['version'] String The apt-get package version for Debian/Ubuntu. See default.rb
['dotnetcore']['package']['source_url'] String An absolute URL for the .NET Core Windows MSI installer See default.rb
['dotnetcore']['package']['tar'] String An absolute URL for the RHEL family tar file See default.rb
['dotnetcore']['apt_package_source'] String The apt-get package source repository server See default.rb

Usage

dotnetcore::default

Include dotnetcore in your node's run_list:

{
  "run_list": [
    "recipe[dotnetcore::default]"
  ]
}

Resource/Provider

###dotnet Used for restoring package dependencies, compilation, and running your application.

dotnet 'test' do
  action :run
  nuget_config_file "#{app_dir}/NuGet.Config"
  path app_dir
  user 'root'
  cwd app_dir
end

By default, the dotnet resource will restore nuget packages from the nuget_config_file parameter. If no parameter is given, the current directory is used from cwd. This can be overidden by adding restore false as an additional parameter.

Additionaly, dotnet restore can be run on it's own by using action :restore as a parameter with the dotnet resource.

dotnet 'test' do
  action :restore
  nuget_config_file "#{app_dir}/NuGet.Config"
  user 'root'
  cwd app_dir
end

Development

This cookbook uses test-kitchen and Serverspec/RSpec with the Vagrant driver. For local Windows testing, please follow this blog post to create and add a local Vagrant Windows (Server 2012 R2) box.

License and Authors

Author:: Andrew Cornies (acornies@gmail.com)