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Minor updates and use cookstyle for linting #481

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commented Jun 29, 2016

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Use the standard chef .gitignore
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Add a chefignore file
Limit the amount of data we push up to the chef server

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Test on Ruby 2.2
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Use the current Supermarket URL
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No need to specify fauxhai
Chefspec brings it in since it's the only thing that uses it
Switch from Rubocop to Cookstyle
Cookstyle is a predefined set of Rubocop rules that are tuned for cookbook development. This brings style in line with other cookbooks using cookstyle and simplifies configs.
Add travis and cookbook version badges
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Remove chef 11 compatibility from metadata
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commented Jun 30, 2016

Hey @tas50 -- thanks for doing these! Merging :)

@martinb3 martinb3 merged commit 381d2a0 into elastic:master Jun 30, 2016

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