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Multiple registers per task and data manipulation

.. versionadded:: fallible

Note

This feature has not been included in a released version of ansible-core yet, and is a tech preview as part of fallible.

This feature allows a playbook author to register multiple variables on a task, manipulate the data before registered to that variable, and provides implicit register names scoped to a single task. Individual loop results cannot be manipulated, this feature only applies to the final task result.

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sivel / yescrypt_ctypes.py
Last active September 28, 2021 13:24
Ansible filter plugin to encrypt a string with yescrypt
# Copyright (c) 2021 Matt Martz <matt@sivel.net>
# GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see COPYING or https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt)
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function)
__metaclass__ = type
import ctypes
from ansible.errors import AnsibleFilterError
from ansible.module_utils.common.text.converters import to_bytes, to_text
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sivel / 00-README.md
Last active July 29, 2020 17:19
Ansible Callback to aid in replicating set_stats workflow behavior in Tower

dump_stats Ansible callback plugin

This callback plugin can aid in replicating the set_stats workflow behavior in Tower

It allows you to dump the stats set with set_stats to a file, and then use that file with --extra-vars in subsequent ansible-playbook calls.

Usage

  1. Download dump_stats.py file to a callback_plugins directory relative to your playbook
  2. Run ansible-playbook with ANSIBLE_CALLBACK_WHITELIST=dump_stats
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sivel / make_manifest.py
Last active May 25, 2022 06:49
Script to create a MANIFEST.json and FILES.json for an Ansible collection from galaxy.yml
#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (c) 2020 Matt Martz <matt@sivel.net>
# GNU General Public License v3.0+
# (see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt)
import json
import os
from ansible.galaxy.collection import _build_files_manifest
from ansible.galaxy.collection import _build_manifest
#!/usr/bin/python3
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# (c) 2020 Matt Martz <matt@sivel.net>
# GNU General Public License v3.0+
# (see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt)
import argparse
import json
import re
import sys
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (c) 2019 Ansible Project
# GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see COPYING or https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt)
# Make coding more python3-ish
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function)
__metaclass__ = type
import ctypes.util
import locale
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sivel / 00-include_until.yml
Last active March 15, 2024 08:17
Ansible Include Until
---
- hosts: localhost
gather_facts: false
tasks:
- include_tasks: include_me.yml
vars:
include_max: 10

Draft

Using to_bytes/to_native/to_text

errors

The default value for errors, although specified as None in the function signature is surrogate_then_replace

The most common and recommended values for compatibility between python2

diff --git a/lib/ansible/modules/cloud/vmware/vmware_deploy_ovf.py b/lib/ansible/modules/cloud/vmware/vmware_deploy_ovf.py
index 6eb690baed..0fe301a301 100644
--- a/lib/ansible/modules/cloud/vmware/vmware_deploy_ovf.py
+++ b/lib/ansible/modules/cloud/vmware/vmware_deploy_ovf.py
@@ -56,6 +56,12 @@ options:
default: thin
description:
- Disk provisioning type.
+ enable_hidden_properties:
+ description:

Selective Restores on macOS

Note: This post is not yet finished

I have owned a Mac continuously for the last 8 years as part of my job and used it full time both professionally and personally. Over that time I have carried a lot of crap from machine to machine, and a lot of that was very work specific. Certs, credentials, applications, and other various configurations and files. I've always just performed a full Time Machine restore each time I upgraded.

I recently switched employers, and wanted to start mostly fresh, but with the ability to keep some of the more generic configurations on my Mac like VIM configurations, and the ability to bring over personal files. I wasn't sure how I was going to approach this at first. I imagined, that I would just take a Time Machine backup, perform a fresh install, and then use the Migration Assistant to uncheck some things I don't want.

Using the Time Machine backup and Migration Assistant, seemed like a great idea, although Migration Assistant doesn't give y