It allows you to loop 2 parallel sets of data.

See
http://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/playbooks_loops.html#looping-over-parallel-sets-of-data


On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 5:24 PM, John Harmon <jharmon.ansi...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Thanks.  with_together is new to me.  I am having a hard time wrapping my
> mind around the example you gave.  Can you explain it to me?
>
> On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 3:40:31 PM UTC-7, Matt Martz wrote:
>>
>> I think instead of doing that, you should use `with_together` and a
>> single `when` statement that meets your needs
>>
>> ...
>>     line: "{{ item.1.line }}"
>>     regexp: "{{ item1.regexp }}"
>> ...
>>   when: item.0.stat.exists
>>   with_together:
>>     - "{{ directories.results }}"
>>     -
>>       - { line: '-w /home/GOMER/Scripts -p w -k copperfield', regexp:
>> '.*GOMER.*Scripts.*' }
>>       - { line: '-w /home/PYLE/Scripts -p w -k copperfield', regexp:
>> '.*PYLE*Scripts.*' }
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 4:28 PM, John Harmon <jharmon...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> For reference, this is a continuation of: https://groups.google.com/foru
>>> m/#!topic/ansible-project/XhU9iPXjjcw
>>>
>>> Can you use multiple when statements in a loop? or is there a different
>>> way to approach this without having to write out a task for each item?
>>> Take the following for example.  I know the syntax is wrong, but it
>>> gives you a better idea of what I mean.
>>>
>>>     - name: Insert audit rules
>>>       lineinfile:
>>>         path: "/etc/audit/audit.rules"
>>>         line: "{{ item.line }}"
>>>         regexp: "{{ item.regexp }}"
>>>         state: present
>>>         insertafter: EOF
>>>       notify: Restart auditd
>>>       with_items:
>>>         - { line: '-w /home/GOMER/Scripts -p w -k copperfield', regexp:
>>> '.*GOMER.*Scripts.*' }
>>>           when: directories.results.0.stat.exists
>>>         - { line: '-w /home/PYLE/Scripts -p w -k copperfield', regexp:
>>> '.*PYLE*Scripts.*' }
>>>           when: directories.results.1.stat.exists
>>>
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