pulp-puppet-module-builder does not operate on a folder full of tar files
pulp-puppet-module-builder can be used to prepare a synchronizable repository of Puppet content, but it requires operating on module "source."
Since, for example, Puppet Forge provides modules as tar files, it would be nice if you could run pulp-puppet-module-builder against a folder full of tar files directly.
--- Additional comment from Michael Hrivnak on 2014-07-07 14:26:47 EDT ---
This is a simple bash script that will make a PULP_MANIFEST out of any files you give it. There is a lot of value in having this be separate from pulp_puppet_module_builder, since users may need to make a manifest file from other file types (such as isos).
--- Additional comment from email@example.com at 09/24/2014 16:21:54 ---
We will provide a script that generates the PULP_MANIFEST v1 for starters. It can be the bash script that is attached to the parent bug.
#10 Updated by mhrivnak almost 4 years ago
- Status changed from NEW to CLOSED - NOTABUG
My reading is that this refers to a directory of built puppet modules, in tar form as they come from puppet forge.
Since they are already built, there is nothing for pulp-puppet-module-builder to do, so I am closing this. Please re-open if there is a change you think we should make.
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