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Commit 7e710eae authored by Tim Smith's avatar Tim Smith
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Release 8.0.0

Signed-off-by: default avatarTim Smith <>
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This file is used to list changes made in each version of the openssl cookbook.
## 8.0.0 (2017-12-11)
- Added a new openssl_rsa_public_key resource which generates a public key from a private key
- Rename openssl_rsa_key to openssl_rsa_private_key, while still allowing the old name to function. This resource actually generates private keys, but the previous name didn't make that clear
- Added owner, group, and mode properties to all of the resources so you could control who owned the files you generated
- Set the default modes of generated files to 640 instead of 644
- Set the files to generate using node['root_group'] not 'root' for compatibility on other *nix systems such as FreeBSD and macOS
- Added a new property to openssl_rsa_private_key for specifying the cipher to use
- Converted integration tests to InSpec and moved all resources to a single Kitchen suite for quicker testing
- Added a force property to allow overwriting any existing key that may exist
- Fixed upgrade recipe failures on Debian 9
- Added a new path property which allows you to set the path there instead of in the resource's name
- Improved input validation in some of the helpers
- Added a deprecation message in Opscode::OpenSSL::Password helper "secure_password" and removed readme documentation
- Added a warning in the upgrade recipe if we're on an unsupported platform
- Switched the upgrade recipe to a multipackage upgrade to speed up Chef runs
## 7.1.0 (2017-05-30)
- Add supported platforms to the metdata
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license 'Apache-2.0'
description 'Resources and libraries for interacting with certificates, keys, passwords, and dhparam files.'
long_description, ''))
version '7.1.0'
version '8.0.0'
recipe 'openssl::upgrade', 'Upgrade OpenSSL library and restart dependent services'
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