On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 12:19 PM, Corey Osman <co...@logicminds.biz> wrote:
> Do you guys have plans to bundle the puppet debugger in the pdk? I can't
> think of a more useful tool then a repl and debugger to be part of
> development kit.
No current plan to do so and we're in listening mode about where the most
benefit is for future work.
> Also will the pdk releases coincide with PE releases? I would want to
> make sure I am developing on the same platform that my code is running on.
Essentially yes. When a new PE version comes out you should have a
corresponding PDK package that includes the right Puppet/Ruby. For now it
won't ship within an agent or master package though.
> On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 7:58:39 PM UTC-7, Lindsey Smith wrote:
>> I am happy to announce the release of version 0.6.0 of the Puppet
>> Development Kit (PDK) to the Puppet community. The open-source PDK
>> facilitates an easy, unified development workflow for Puppet modules, and
>> should appeal both to newcomers and experienced developers.
>> For a list of enhancements and bug fixes since the 0.5.0 release, please
>> refer to the included CHANGELOG (https://github.com/puppetlabs
>> With the PDK you can:
>> - Quickly get started with module development best practices and
>> tools to develop, test and publish high-quality Puppet modules with
>> - Shift quality to the left by catching issues earlier and faster,
>> before Puppet code is applied to live infrastructure
>> - Unit test modules from their workstation to ensure that Puppet code
>> is creating and managing resources as intended
>> You can learn more about how to install and use the PDK by reviewing the
>> README (https://github.com/puppetlabs/pdk) or the Getting Started guide (
>> OS native packages are available for a variety of platforms:
>> - *Windows (7/10/2012/2016):* https://pupp
>> - *macOS 10.12 (Sierra):* https://puppet-pdk.s
>> - *macOS 10.11 (El Capitan):* https://puppet-pdk.s
>> - *RHEL 7:* https://puppet-pdk.s3.amazonaws.com/pdk/0.6.0.0/repos/el/
>> - *RHEL 6:* https://puppet-pdk.s3.amazonaws.com/pdk/0.6.0.0/repos/el/
>> - *SLES 12:* https://puppet-pdk.s3.amazonaws.com/pdk/0.6.0.0/repos/
>> - *SLES 11:* https://puppet-pdk.s3.amazonaws.com/pdk/0.6.0.0/repos/
>> - *Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial):* https://puppet-pdk.s
>> - *Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty):* https://puppet-pdk.s
>> The OS native packages constitute a complete, "batteries-included"
>> development environment including Ruby and all other dependencies necessary
>> for using the PDK.
>> In addition, the core 'pdk' gem is available on Rubygems (
>> Note that we consider this a pre-release/tech preview. This iteration of
>> the PDK is feature complete and we want to get your feedback now as we work
>> towards a 1.0 release.
>> Please report any issues you find as a ticket on the PDK (
>> https://github.com/puppetlabs/pdk/issues/) project in GitHub.
>> *Known Issues*
>> - Windows packages require PowerShell 5+ and a script
>> “ExecutionPolicy” of at least “RemoteSigned” (Future releases will work
>> the way up to “AllSigned”.)
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