Re: [opensuse-packaging] Rethinking packaging vagrant: Build for multiple ruby versions (almost) like a normal rubygem

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Re: [opensuse-packaging] Rethinking packaging vagrant: Build for multiple ruby versions (almost) like a normal rubygem

Robert Munteanu
Hi Johannes,

Thanks a lot for looking into this, I know vagrant packaging can be
quite a pain :-)

I took a quick look at the changes and overall they look good to me.

On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 10:38 PM, Johannes Kastl <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I had some issues getting the plugin installation to work, and found
> some things that I (as a not-ruby-expert) thought might be because of
> this 2.1-vs-2.2 thing. But how to solve this issue for Leap 42.2,
> which only has ruby2.1?

Did you actually get to try installing plugins?

>
> Yesterday (I hope) I got the builds working:
>
> home:ojkastl_buildservice:Vagrant
>
> Basically, you can install vagrant in the flavour for the ruby version
> of your choice, which let's you install it with ruby2.4 on TW and
> ruby2.2 on Leap. Or ruby2.3 or ruby2.5.
>
> All dependencies that I found so far have been put into that project
> and have being modified, where needed, to also build for more than one
> ruby version. In my tests this worked, but then again one change
> somewhere and everything falls apart... ;-)

Should we rather branch off precise versions of the rubygem plugins
required by vagrant? It would make it much more resilient against
updates.

Thanks,

Robert


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Re: [opensuse-packaging] Rethinking packaging vagrant: Build for multiple ruby versions (almost) like a normal rubygem

Johannes Kastl-2
Hi Robert,

On 15.09.17 09:43 Robert Munteanu wrote:

> Thanks a lot for looking into this, I know vagrant packaging can be
> quite a pain :-)

No comment.

> I took a quick look at the changes and overall they look good to me.

Thanks.

> Did you actually get to try installing plugins?

Not yet, not.

> Should we rather branch off precise versions of the rubygem plugins
> required by vagrant? It would make it much more resilient against
> updates.

Yes, that would be a very good idea. I'll try to tackle this next week.

Johannes



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