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Vagrantey

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Working between multiple vagrant environements can really suck. You need to know their paths, and be in that directory to vagrant up the VagrantFile. This module streamlines that process by enabling you to configure all of your vagrant environments with a friendly name, and a path, which is stored in a json-formatted configuration file.

Starting up your various environments is then a simple Start-VagrantEnvironment -Environment $FriendlyName away. Similar functionality exists for destroying those environments.

The -Environment parameter is dynamically populated via an argumentcompleter which reads the configuration file to build the list of available options.

Installation

It should be enough to git clone https://github.com/steviecoaster/Vagrantey.git and load the psd1 file.

Example:

cd /users/svalding/Documents/Git
git clone https://github.com/steviecoaster/Vagrantey.git
ipmo ./Vagrantey/Vagrantey.psd1

From the Gallery:

Install-Module Vagrantey -Force

The following cmdlets are available:

  • Get-VagrantConfig
  • Set-VagrantConfig
  • Get-VagrantEnvironment
  • Start-VagrantEnvironment
  • Stop-VagrantEnvironment
  • Remove-VagrantEnvironment
  • Invoke-VagrantProvisioner
  • Get-VagrantPlugin
  • Remove-VagrantPlugin
  • Install-VagrantPlugin
  • Get-VagrantSnapshot
  • New-VagrantSnapshot
  • Remove-VagrantSnapshot
  • Restore-VagrantSnapshot
  • Get-VagrantBox
  • Remove-VagrantBox
  • Update-VagrantBox

Documentation

Documentation is in the docs folder, or available in shell via Get-Help $commandname.

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