Installs and configures ZNC, an IRC bouncer.
WARNING - I am preparing to do a heavy refactoring on this cookbook! It will be rewritten using current cookbook development best practices.
Tested on Chef 11 but newer and older version should work just fine. File an issue if this isn't the case.
The following platforms have been tested with this cookbook, meaning that the recipes and LWRPs run on these platforms without error:
- Ubuntu 10.04, 11.04, 12.04, 12.10
- CentOS 6
This cookbook depends on the following external cookbooks:
- build-essential (Opscode)
Include the default recipe in a run list, to get
znc. By default
znc is installed from packages but this can be changed by using the
This recipe installs ZNC from packages.
This recipe installs ZNC from source.
This cookbook ships with full support for the new alpha version of Opscode's
test-kitchen. Fletcher Nichol's excellent Jamie
integration test runner was
recently merged into the test-kitchen codebase.
This merge and all new feature work are now taking place in the
1.0 branch of test-kitchen.
Even though many community members have been dogfooding the new
codebase and it has proven quite stable, it should still be regarded as
pre-release code and YMMV.
Running integration with test-kitchen is easy. First we'll assume you have a sane cookbook development toolchain installed which includes:
- Ruby 1.9.x
- VirtualBox 4.x
First install all gem dependencies with Bundler:
$ bundle install --binstubs
Bundler will install all of the dependent RubyGems and guarantee that you have the right versions. Now it's time to get your test on:
$ bundle exec kitchen test
This command will do the following across every platform/version this cookbook supports:
- Use Vagrant to provision a platform-specific VM.
- Add a
recipe[znc]entry to the instance's run_list.
- Converge the VM with
By default, any VM that successfully converges will automaticallly be cleaned
up. The full set of
kitchen subcommands can be viewed by running:
$ bundle exec kitchen help
I <3 pull requests! Make sure your patches are well tested. Ideally create a topic branch for every separate feature/fix you make.
License and Author
Copyright (c) 2011-2013, Seth Chisamore
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