Spec URL: http://users.linpro.no/ingvar/vagrant/f18/specs/rubygem-vagrant.spec
SRPM URL: http://users.linpro.no/ingvar/vagrant/f18/src/rubygem-vagrant-1.0.6-1.fc18.src.rpm
Vagrant offers scripted provisioning and deployment of virtual instances, removing the well-known "but it works om my laptop" obstacle. Vagrant is well-known and much used and praised in the devops community. Its home page is http://vagrantup.com/
While VirtualBox is the current supported target, future versions of vagrant may support other hypervizors as well, including kvm. Being in itself free software under the MIT license, I think vagrant could be included in fedora.
While an upstream rpm exists (putting all dependent packages in /opt) a native fedora package of vagrant was missing. So I wrapped one up. It depends on the following packages missing from fedora 18:
rubygem-log4r >= 1.1.9 < 2.0.0
Fix: Build new package. Package review: bz #905240
rubygem-childprocess >=0.3.1 < 0.4.0 (0.3.6 in rawhide)
Fix: Grab 0.3.6 package from rawhide
rubygem-json >= 1.5.1, < 1.6.0 (1.6.5 in f18, 1.9.1 in rawhide)
Fix: Build rubygem-json15, roughly based on current package.
Package review: bz #905389.
rubygem-net-ssh >= 2.2.2 < 2.3.0 (2.2.1 in rawhide)
Fix: Build 2.2.2 package based on current package.
Update request: bz #905393
yum repo with prebuilt packages for f17 and f18 available here: http://users.linpro.no/ingvar/vagrant/
Package description from the specfile:
Vagrant offers scripted provisioning and deployment of virtual
instances. While VirtualBox is the main target, future versions may
support other hypervizors as well.
The vision of the project is to create a tool to transparently manage
all the complex parts of modern development within a virtual
environment without affecting the everyday workflow of the developer
too much. A long term goal is moving all development into virtualized
environments by making it easier to do so than not to. Additionally,
work is ongoing to have Vagrant run identically on every major
consumer OS platform (Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows).
Fedora Account System Username: ingvar
Since upstream will release version 1.1.0 "soon", I have rebuilt against git:
yum repo: http://users.linpro.no/ingvar/vagrant-dev/ingvar-vagrant-dev.repo
- No longer needs rubygem-json 1.5.x gem, so #905389 can be closed for my part.
- Needs rubygem-json updated to 1.6.6 (trivial rebuild with new version). Note: It will not work with the rubygem-json that is in rawhide (1.7.0), so this is for f18 for now.
Vagrant-1.1.2 was released upstream a few days ago, so I have updated my fedora packages.
Upstream no longer releases a prebuilt gem, but the tree can be fetched from github.
A yum repo for Fedora 18 with rubygem-vagrant, and all deps and builddeps is available at http://users.linpro.no/ingvar/vagrant/
Missing deps in Fedora:
rubygem-childprocess >= 0.3.7 < 0.4.0 (0.3.6 in rawhide)
Fix: Update package to 0.3.7
rubygem-json >= 1.6.6 < 1.7.0 (1.6.8 in f18, 1.7.5 in rawhide)
Fix: f18 works, but rawhide will be broken
rubygem-log4r >= 1.1.9 < 2.0.0
Fix: Build new package, bz905240
rubygem-net-ssh >= 2.6.6 (2.2.1 in f18)
Fix: rebuild f18 package from rawhide
rubygem-net-scp >= 1.1.0 (1.0.4 in rawhide)
Fix: Update package to 1.1.0
According to the gemspec, it needs rspec-* ~> 2.11.0, but it seems to build fine with 2.8.0 from f18
I've pinged (or created) bugs for some of the missing deps you mentioned, and updated the blockers listed for this bug.
I'd be happy to review this, once the deps are met. I will try to review rubygem-log4r later this week to move this along some.
Ingvar have you done any more work on the vagrant rpm front? I ask because its been >1/2 year since this updated, there have been a few releases of the vagrant rpm, and adrahon submitted a recent version of the package to BZ here:
Would you be fine w/ closing this and just going forward w/ 1020456? Once it's Fedora compliant, the package can have multiple owners depending on who wants to actually maintain the releases.
Hi Mo and all you others.
I did some work on the newer versions of vagrant, and kept in sync with it during spring and summer, but there were always dependencies that were missing in f19 at the time, and it just took too much if my dayjob work time.
Also, I have other work to focus on at the moment, so if Alex or any others are willing to provide updated versions to fedora, please go ahead.
I'm interested in co-maintaining, so I will follow bug #1020456, but Alex may go forward with his package as main maintainer if he likes for my part.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1020456 ***