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Use PDK to build puppet module

The puppet module command is deprecated and
is replaced by using the PDK [1] [2].

The difference between the two commands is only
the output in the pkg directory.

The old puppet module command will create a folder and a tarball with the module.

$ls pkg/
openstack-openstacklib-14.1.0/
openstack-openstacklib-14.1.0.tar.gz

While the PDK will only create the tarball in the
pkg folder. This should be no problem since I can't
find anywhere were we are using the generated folder
in the pkg folder.

This is part 2 in the series, it makes the actual change.

Depends-On: https://review.opendev.org/667589
Depends-On: https://review.opendev.org/667595
Needed-By: https://review.opendev.org/627554
Needed-By: https://review.opendev.org/627566
Change-Id: Id40ff665e92606455ef6b544f11394db2201c8b9
changes/34/627534/11
Tobias Urdin 5 months ago
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An ansible role to build a Puppet module. This role assumes that Puppet is
already installed on the target system (either manually or using bindep).
An Ansible role to build a Puppet module using the Puppet
Development Kit (PDK).

.. note::

This role requires installed Ruby, Ruby development and build tools
(gcc/g++ and make) packages, they can be installed using the
:zuul:role:`install-pdk-dependencies` role.

**Role Variables**


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- name: Find out ruby gem user directory
command: ruby -e 'puts Gem.user_dir'
register: gem_user_dir

- name: Install pdk gem
gem:
name: pdk

- name: Build puppet module
command: puppet module build .
command: pdk build --force
args:
chdir: "{{ puppet_module_chdir }}"
environment:
PATH: "{{ gem_user_dir.stdout }}/bin:{{ ansible_env.PATH }}"

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