The most just and noble of all temperature scales, only approached in excellence by the quiet majesty of Rankine.
The new goiardi 0.11.4 - Fahrenheit Forever considers 23º to be absolutely freezing, and 70º to be a nice warm day.
Another release that doesn’t change a whole lot that’s very obvious to the end user, but is mostly aimed at the future. The only change likely to matter a great deal to most people is the fact that goiardi now supports Chef auth v1.3, in addition to 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 (which never really got off the ground for whatever reason). The thing with HEAD requests could be very handy, once there’s client support; the way goiardi implements it, the HEAD request makes much lighter database queries than the GET does, so doing things like checking for the existence of a particular node could be done without consuming as many resources.
One more item of note: since goiardi is using contexts now, it does require golang 1.7 or greater. As noted in the CHANGELOG, goiardi already technically only supported 1.7+, but it would probably build with older versions. Now, that condition is explicit.
Packages are in the usual places, and 0.11.4 is already in sid.
From the CHANGELOG:
* Implement Chef authentication version 1.3. * Move the custom goiardi error type out of util and into its own module. Wrappers around the new module are in util still for convenience, and because the functions and interface are used all over the place. * Many endpoints now handle HEAD requests where appropriate. With some endpoints this is not especially useful, but with others it's a lightweight way to see what resources exist and so forth. Implements Chef RFC 090. * Start using contexts with requests. This does mean that goiardi will require at least go 1.7. (As of 0.11.3 goiardi only supported go 1.7+, but it was likely to build with somewhat older versions anyway.) * Minor bugfixes - deal with a possible race condition with the in-mem search index, change some logging statements from Info to Debug that didn't need to be Info level and removed a test log statement that was no longer necessary, updated copyright dates. * Add the Chef API version header to responses. * Change behavior if the data file and use-(mysql|postgresql) are specified together; formerly it was a fatal error, but now it'll just emit a warning in the error log and ignore the data file setting.