Manage a Cookbook or an Application's Cookbook dependencies
Berkshelf is now included as part of the Chef-DK. This is fastest, easiest, and the recommended installation method for getting up and running with Berkshelf.
note: You may need to uninstall the Berkshelf gem especially if you are using a Ruby version manager you may need to uninstall all Berkshelf gems from each Ruby installation.
If you are a developer or you prefer to install from Rubygems, we've got you covered.
Add Berkshelf to your repository's
Or run it as a standalone:
$ gem install berkshelf
See berkshelf.com for up-to-date usage instructions.
Berkshelf is tested and supported on Ruby 2.2 and 2.3.
Berkshelf will search in specific locations for a configuration file. In order:
You are encouraged to keep project-specific configuration in the
$PWD/.berkshelf directory. A default configuration file is generated for you, but you can update the values to suit your needs.
Please see Plugins page for more information.
- If you have an issue: report it on the issue tracker
- If you have a question: visit the #chef or #berkshelf channel on irc.freenode.net
Thank you to all of our Contributors, testers, and users.
If you'd like to contribute, please see our contribution guidelines first.