- From: Joshua Miller <
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- Subject: [chef] Re: how scrub client info out of recipes and cookbooks but also preserve commit history?
- Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2011 09:50:41 -0700
So I have been working with my team to make sure cookbooks are generalized as
much as possible for apps. Define as much as we can using attributes and use
roles. For some things that does not work then we try to create a company
cookbook that has recipes like apache site definitions and such. I know this
does not answer your got question but it's how I address the general problem.
On Oct 2, 2011, at 7:31 AM, Bryan Berry
> perhaps this is a dumb question, but is there is a straightforward way to
> scrub my recipes and cookbooks of references to a particular customer and
> at the same time maintain commit history? For example, say I have 1 recipe
> popular_framework that has references to a customer's internal
> infrastructure. Over time I will make changes to that recipe. How can I
> preserve the commit history as I merge those changes into my public github
> recipe but filter out anything specific to the customer?
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