Re: pdk 0.3.0
Hi folks,apologies for the late reply, first I was out on PTO, then the 0.5 release happened :-)
On 2 July 2017 at 09:22, Thomas Mueller <thomas@...> wrote:
The pdk template only works with and for rubocop 0.47.1 (see https://github.com/puppetlabs/pdk/blob/a80a2073a51ad6ddec23679be4714a483774d096/Gemfile#L24-L25). Notably, the pdk gemspec doesn't say so, but I'll get that fixed.
The default (open source) template supports an open source workflow. Figuring out the appveyor file (or, even it's existance) is much harder than removing it after `pdk new module`. This is why we want to promote a more featureful default template. Over time I expect the PDK to grow some feature flags, or similar, so that you'll be able to choose the CI integrations when creating the module.
That must have slipped through. You are quite correct. Geppetto is not maintained anymore. Sadly.
There is also always the possibility for organisations to customize the template for their local requirements. Obviously I would prefer everyone using the main template, and contributing back to the commons, but that doesn't help folks with unique requirements.