Meez is slang for
mise en place
Mise en place is a French phrase which means "putting in place", as in set up. It is used in professional kitchens to refer to organizing and arranging the ingredients (e.g., cuts of meat, relishes, sauces, par-cooked items, spices, freshly chopped vegetables, and other components) that a cook will require for the menu items that he or she expects to prepare during his/her shift. The practice is also effective in home kitchens.
Meez will create an opinionated chef cookbook skeleton complete with testing suite.
Setting the environment variable
USE_SYSTEM_GECODE=1 will help speed up builds by using the system
gecode rather than compiling it from scratch.
You may need to install
gecode on your system: http://www.gecode.org/download.html
for OSX I did
$ cd $( brew --prefix ) $ git checkout 3c5ca25 Library/Formula/gecode.rb $ brew install gecode $ brew link gecode
as of version
0.2.0 this is offered as a
chef gem install meez
Usage: meez [options] <cookbook name> Options -o, --cookbook-path USERNAME The directory where the cookbook will be created -C, --copyright COPYRIGHT_HOLDER The name of the copyright holder. -I, --license LICENSE The type of license under which a cookbook is distributed: apachev2, gplv2, gplv3, mit, or none (default). -m, --email EMAIL The email address for the individual who maintains the cookbook. -d, --kitchen-driver DRIVER The driver which use test-kitchen for creating platform instances: vagrant (default), docker -h, --help help
$ meez --cookbook-path /tmp --copyright Foo -I apachev2 -m email@example.com test chef exec meez -o . test * Initializing Cookbook ** Creating cookbook test ** Creating README for cookbook: test ** Creating CHANGELOG for cookbook: test ** Creating metadata for cookbook: test Rewriting metadata.rb Rewriting recipes/default.rb * Initializing Berkshelf create test/Berksfile create test/Thorfile create test/chefignore create test/.gitignore create test/Gemfile * Initializing Vagrantfile Creating ./test/Vagrantfile from template * Initializing Knife adding chef gem to Gemfile * Initializing Rakefile Creating ./test/Rakefile from template adding rake gem to Gemfile * Initializing Rubocop Creating ./test/.rubocop.yml from template adding rubocop gem to Gemfile * Initializing Food Critic adding foodcritic gem to Gemfile * Initializing Chef Spec Creating ./test/test/unit/spec/spec_helper.rb from template Creating ./test/test/unit/spec/default_spec.rb from template adding chefspec gem to Gemfile * Initializing Server Spec Creating ./test/test/integration/default/serverspec/spec_helper.rb from template Creating ./test/test/integration/default/serverspec/default_spec.rb from template * Initializing Test Kitchen create .kitchen.yml append Rakefile append Thorfile exist test/integration/default append .gitignore append .gitignore append Gemfile append Gemfile You must run `bundle install' to fetch any new gems. Creating ./test/.kitchen.yml from template * Initializing Guard Creating ./test/Guardfile from template adding guard gem to Gemfile adding guard-rubocop gem to Gemfile adding guard-foodcritic gem to Gemfile * Initializing Drone Creating ./test/.drone.yml from template * Initializing Docker Creating ./test/Dockerfile from template Cookbook test created successfully Next steps... $ cd ./test $ export USE_SYSTEM_GECODE=1 $ chef exec rake prepare $ chef exec rake test $ cd /tmp/test $ export USE_SYSTEM_GECODE=1 $ chef exec rake prepare chef exec bundle install --path .bundle Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/....... Fetching additional metadata from https://rubygems.org/.. Resolving dependencies... Installing rake (10.3.2) ... ... Your bundle is complete! It was installed into ./.bundle chef exec berks install Resolving cookbook dependencies... Fetching 'test' from source at . Fetching cookbook index from https://supermarket.getchef.com... Using test (0.1.0) from source at . $ chef exec rake -T rake kitchen:all # Run all test instances rake kitchen:default-ubuntu-1204 # Run default-ubuntu-1204 test instance rake prepare # Install required Gems and Cookbooks rake prepare:chefdk # Install ChefDK rake style # Run all style checks rake unit # Run all unit tests
- Fork the repository on Github
- Create a named feature branch (like
- Write your change
- Write tests for your change (if applicable)
- Run the tests, ensuring they all pass
- Submit a Pull Request using Github
License and Authors
Paul Czarkowski - firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright 2014 Paul Czarkowski, Rackspace Inc.
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