borntyping

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accepted How can I write a Chef provider that extends an existing provider?
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comment How can I write a Chef provider that extends an existing provider?
The jenkins cookbooks has some very useful example of the kind of thing I want to do (github.com/opscode-cookbooks/jenkins/blob/master/libraries/…). The existing provider is a LWRP in an external cookbook, so is it possible to extend a LWRP with a HWRP?
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comment How can I write a Chef provider that extends an existing provider?
The question isn't about writing a LWRP, it's about writing one that wraps an existing one without having to redefine every attribute from the wrapped LWRP in the wrapper LWRP.
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comment How can I make Berkshelf use a local path as the default site, or unset the default site?
@sethvargo: github.com/berkshelf/berkshelf/issues/983
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