A Vagrant plugin to add Berkshelf integration to the Chef provisioners
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Vagrant Berkshelf Plugin

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Vagrant Berkshelf is a Vagrant plugin that adds Berkshelf integration to the Chef provisioners. Vagrant Berkshelf will automatically download and install cookbooks onto the Vagrant Virtual Machine.

vagrant-berkshelf vs. Test Kitchen

This plugin was created before the development of Test Kitchen and its usefulness in a post-Test Kitchen world is questionable. We believe Test Kitchen provides a robust and stable platform for testing cookbooks and we highly recommend using Test Kitchen instead of Vagrant for your cookbook testing workflows.

See Seth Vargo's blog post for additional information: https://sethvargo.com/the-future-of-vagrant-berkshelf/

Installation

  1. Install the latest version of Vagrant
  2. Install the latest version of ChefDK
  3. Install the Vagrant Berkshelf plugin:

    $ vagrant plugin install vagrant-berkshelf

Usage

If the Vagrant Berkshelf plugin is installed, it will intelligently detect when a Berksfile is present in the same working directory as the Vagrantfile.

Here is an example Vagrantfile configuration section for Vagrant Berkshelf:

Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
  # The path to the Berksfile to use. The default value is "Berksfile" if one
  # exists, or nil if it does not.
  config.berkshelf.berksfile_path = "custom.Berksfile"

  # Enable Berkshelf. If a Berksfile exists or a berksfile_path is given, this
  # value is automatically set to true. If not, the value is false
  config.berkshelf.enabled = true

  # A list of Berkshelf groups to only install and sync to the Vagrant Virtual
  # Machine. The default value is an empty array.
  config.berkshelf.only = ["group_a", "group_b"]

  # A list of Berkshelf groups to not install and sync to the Vagrant Virtual
  # Machine. The default value is an empty array.
  config.berkshelf.except = ["group_c", "group_d"]

  # A list of extra values to pass to the `berks` executable. The default value
  # is an empty array.
  config.berkshelf.args = ["--format json"]
end

Contributing

Thank you to all of our Contributors, testers, and users.

If you'd like to contribute, please see our contribution guidelines first.

License & Authors

Copyright (c) 2012-2014 Riot Games

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

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