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README.md

Chef::Taste

Gem Version Build Status Dependency Status Code Climate

Chef Taste is a simple command line utility to check a cookbook's dependency status. It will list the dependent cookbooks in a tabular format with the version information, status, and the changelog (if possible) for out-of-date cookbooks.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'chef-taste'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install chef-taste

Usage

When you are inside the cookbooks directory, simply type taste to taste the cookbook. The metadata.rb of the cookbook is parsed to obtain the dependencies. It will display a table that contains the following rows:

  • Name - The name of the cookbook
  • Requirement - The version requirement specified in the metadata
  • Used - The final version used based on the requirement constraint
  • Latest - The latest version available in the community site
  • Status - The status of the cookbook: up-to-date (a green tick mark) or out-of-date (a red x mark)
  • Changelog - The changelog of out-of-date cookbooks if available.

The overall status will also be displayed in the bottom of the table.

Changelog

Most of the cookbooks are hosted in Github and are tagged for every release. The changelog is computed by obtaining the source URL provided in the community site and finding the tags being used and the latest tag and displaying a compare view that compares these two tags. This URL is then shortened using goo.gl URL shortener to fit the table.

The details are obtained only for cookbooks available in the community site. Other cookbooks are displayed but will simply be empty in the details column.

Display Format

Two display formats are supported: table and json

  1. The table format will display the dependency status as an ASCII table
  2. The json format will display the dependency status as a JSON object

Examples

These examples are based on the cookbooks available in the test/cookbooks directory in this repository.

1. fried_rice cookbook

kannanmanickam@mac fried_rice$ taste
+------------+-------------+--------+--------+--------+----------------------+
| Name       | Requirement | Used   | Latest | Status | Changelog            |
+------------+-------------+--------+--------+--------+----------------------+
| ntp        | ~> 1.4.0    | 1.4.0  | 1.5.0  || http://goo.gl/qsfgwA |
| swap       | = 0.3.5     | 0.3.5  | 0.3.6  || http://goo.gl/vZtUQJ |
| windows    | >= 0.0.0    | 1.11.0 | 1.11.0 ||                      |
| awesome_cb | >= 0.0.0    |        |        |        |                      |
+------------+-------------+--------+--------+--------+----------------------+
Status: out-of-date ( ✖ )

2. noodles cookbook

kannanmanickam@mac noodles$ taste --format json
{
  "mysql": {
    "requirement": "~> 3.0.12",
    "used": "3.0.12",
    "latest": "4.0.4",
    "status": "out-of-date",
    "changelog": "http://goo.gl/e1nBfW"
  },
  "apache2": {
    "requirement": "~> 1.7.0",
    "used": "1.7.0",
    "latest": "1.8.4",
    "status": "out-of-date",
    "changelog": "http://goo.gl/9ejcpi"
  },
  "windows": {
    "requirement": ">= 0.0.0",
    "used": "1.11.0",
    "latest": "1.11.0",
    "status": "up-to-date",
    "changelog": null
  }
}

3. curry cookbook

kannanmanickam@mac curry$ taste --format table
+-----------------+-------------+-------+--------+--------+-----------+
| Name            | Requirement | Used  | Latest | Status | Changelog |
+-----------------+-------------+-------+--------+--------+-----------+
| ntp             | >= 0.0.0    | 1.5.0 | 1.5.0  ||           |
| lvm             | >= 0.0.0    | 1.0.0 | 1.0.0  ||           |
| application     | >= 0.0.0    | 4.1.0 | 4.1.0  ||           |
| application_php | >= 0.0.0    | 2.0.0 | 2.0.0  ||           |
+-----------------+-------------+-------+--------+--------+-----------+
Status: up-to-date ( ✔ )

4. water cookbook

kannanmanickam@mac water$ taste
No dependent cookbooks

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

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