Currently import config-file answers the 'puppet module generate' interview-questions with hardcoded strings.
The interview is:
~ $ puppet module generate foo-bar
We need to create a metadata.json file for this module. Please answer the
following questions; if the question is not applicable to this module, feel free
to leave it blank.
Puppet uses Semantic Versioning (semver.org) to version modules.
What version is this module? [0.1.0]
Who wrote this module? [foo]
What license does this module code fall under? [Apache 2.0]
How would you describe this module in a single sentence?
Where is this module's source code repository?
Where can others go to learn more about this module?
Where can others go to file issues about this module?
'version', 'author', 'license', 'descr', 'srcrepo', 'learnmore', 'fileissues'
Default (shipped) values should be
1.0.0, 'hammer import config-file --csv-file=path-to-export.csv', 'Module created from soeorg-soeconfig_rhel5_dev', '', '', ''
The user is going to need to decide what the srcrepo/learnmore/fileissues URLs are supposed to be.
config-file ships as /etc/hammer/cli.import.d/puppet_interview_answers.yml, command takes --answers-file= param if you want to point at your own.
Since this issue was entered in Red Hat Bugzilla, the release flag has been
set to ? to ensure that it is properly evaluated for this release.
config-file did not ship as /etc/hammer/cli.import.d/puppet_interview_answers.yml
# cd /etc/hammer/cli.import.d
-bash: cd: /etc/hammer/cli.import.d: No such file or directory
shifting this BZ to ON_QA as mentioned in the email
Config file was to be relocated to
verified with rubygem-hammer_cli_import-0.10.4-1
This was delivered with Satellite 6.0 which was released on 10 September 2014.