Commit 2a9bd276 authored by jtimberman's avatar jtimberman
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release v1.1.10

parent 618dcac0
## v1.1.10:
* [COOK-1315] - allow the default site to not be enabled
* [COOK-1328] - cookbook tests (minitest, cucumber)
## v1.1.8:
* Some platforms with minimal installations that don't have perl won't
......@@ -54,6 +54,11 @@ On Red Hat Enterprise Linux and derivatives, the EPEL repository may be necessar
The `apache2::mod_php5` recipe depends on the `freebsd` cookbook, which it uses to set the correct options for compiling the `php5` port from sources. You need to ensure the `freebsd` is in the expanded run list, or this recipe will fail. We don't set an explicit dependency because we feel the `freebsd` cookbook is something users would want on their nodes, and due to the generality of this cookbook we don't want additional specific dependencies.
This cookbook in the [source repository]( contains minitest and cucumber tests. This is an initial proof of concept that will be fleshed out with more supporting infrastructure at a future time.
......@@ -273,7 +278,7 @@ Current parameters used by the definition:
* `name` - The name of the site. The template will be written to `#{node['apache']['dir']}/sites-available/#{params['name']}.conf`
* `cookbook` - Optional. Cookbook where the source template is. If this is not defined, Chef will use the named template in the cookbook where the definition is used.
* `template` - Default `web_app.conf.erb`, source template file.
* `template` - Default `web_app.conf.erb`, source template file.
* `enable` - Default true. Passed to the `apache_site` definition.
Additional parameters can be defined when the definition is called in a recipe, see __Examples__.
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ maintainer_email ""
license "Apache 2.0"
description "Installs and configures all aspects of apache2 using Debian style symlinks with helper definitions"
long_description, ''))
version "1.1.9"
version "1.1.10"
recipe "apache2", "Main Apache configuration"
recipe "apache2::mod_alias", "Apache module 'alias' with config file"
recipe "apache2::mod_apreq2", "Apache module 'apreq'"
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