This post is the second post in a three-part series on Puppet module development using the Puppet Development Kit (PDK), adapted from a presentation for the St. Louis Puppet Users Group.
This post is the first in a three-part series on Puppet module development using the Puppet Development Kit (PDK), adapted from a presentation for the St. Louis Puppet Users Group.
I was recently testing some puppet code that required a modification to the
This led me to discover that the puppet catalog is not recompiled at each run of
Several feature requests have been opened for various types of
Many of our customers do not have regular Internet access and many of them,
being highly regulated, cannot install local copies of GitLab to be able to run
against the provided API.
In the course of developing and testing various components for working with
Puppet, I had a particularly difficult time with stubbing calls to other Ruby
objects outside of my control.
After a ridiculous amount of searching, I finally found the answer that made
the whole process seamless.