[[chef-dev]] Re: [[chef-dev]] Cookbook version syntax and version constraints

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  • From: Ringo De Smet < >
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  • Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2010 16:33:49 +0100
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On 27 October 2010 20:38, Seth Falcon 
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> We wanted let you all know about some features that are currently
> underway related to cookbook versions and version constraints

Being a Ruby newbie, I am not fully aware of the Ruby gem version
constraints and operators. So my question goes if the listed operators
and their meaning match the ones from the gem spec, both syntax wise
and by their definition? I assume the gem spec has all the same
requirements, so why not just say that cookbooks use the gem
version/dependency instead of brewing yet another (slight) variant?


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