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add support for alternate providers #13

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hackerhasid opened this Issue Jan 23, 2014 · 6 comments

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hackerhasid commented Jan 23, 2014

right now it looks like virtualbox is assumed (baked right into plugin.rb) - i use the parallels provider and would love to see support for other providers.

i'm happy to fork and try to take a stab at this but would love to hear your thoughts first though - i haven't developed any vagrant plugins before and i'd love to hear your thoughts before i jump it (for example, would this even be possible lol!)

one thing to note actually is that port forwarding isn't yet implemented in the parallels provider. not sure that's even relevant since this seems to work the opposite way around (creating a server on the host and sending data from the guest) but i figured it's worth mentioning.

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@hackerhasid sorry for not getting back to you before, I'll try to make it generic for the next version :)

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fgrehm commented Feb 21, 2014

@hackerhasid sorry for not getting back to you before, I'll try to make it generic for the next version :)

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adambiggs Apr 14, 2014

Any update on this? I would love to use this with the VMWare Fusion provider.

adambiggs commented Apr 14, 2014

Any update on this? I would love to use this with the VMWare Fusion provider.

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@adambiggs unfortunately I haven't had a chance to look into this and right now is a low priority for me (and is likely to be like this until I'm able to release a vagrant-lxc beta). if someone is able to put up a PR I'd be more than happy to review and merge it :-)

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fgrehm commented Apr 16, 2014

@adambiggs unfortunately I haven't had a chance to look into this and right now is a low priority for me (and is likely to be like this until I'm able to release a vagrant-lxc beta). if someone is able to put up a PR I'd be more than happy to review and merge it :-)

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adambiggs Apr 17, 2014

One of these days, hopefully I'll find time to try adding VMWare provider support... If this happens, I'll send a PR right away!

Until then, it would be really helpful if there was a note in the readme about currently supported providers.

adambiggs commented Apr 17, 2014

One of these days, hopefully I'll find time to try adding VMWare provider support... If this happens, I'll send a PR right away!

Until then, it would be really helpful if there was a note in the readme about currently supported providers.

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I'll try to do that when I have a chance :)

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fgrehm commented Apr 17, 2014

I'll try to do that when I have a chance :)

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It only took over 2.5 years, but as of v.0.5.2 vagrant-notify now also supports Docker, VMWare Fusion, Parallels, and LXC providers.

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alpha01 commented Oct 8, 2016

It only took over 2.5 years, but as of v.0.5.2 vagrant-notify now also supports Docker, VMWare Fusion, Parallels, and LXC providers.

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