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Ansible-cmdb v1.10 released

I've just released ansible-cmdb v1.10. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's fact gathering and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. This is a feature and bugfix release, including the following changes: Fix for UTF-8 characters appearing in […]

Introducing ScriptForm: Stand-alone webserver that generates forms to serve as frontends to scripts

I've just releases v1.0 of ScriptForm. ScriptForm is a stand-alone webserver that automatically generates forms from JSON to serve as frontends to scripts. It takes a JSON file which contains form definitions, constructs web forms from this JSON and serves these to users over HTTP. The user can select a form and fill it out. When […]

Bexec v0.9 has been released

Bexec is a vim plugin that allows the user to execute the current buffer. Version 0.9 has just been released. This version changes Bexec so it's autoloaded on demand, rather than always. This reduces Vim startup times if you're not going to use Bexec. Many thanks to Lucas Hoffmann for this change. The new version […]

Ansible-cmdb v1.7: New columns and togglable columns

I've just released ansible-cmdb v1.7. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's fact gathering and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. This is a feature and bugfix release, including the following changes: Support for showing only specific columns […]

A new Material design for Ansible-cmdb v1.5

Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's setup module and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. While the previous generated overview page was functional, it didn't look very good. So for the v1.5 release (which is now available), I gave it an overhaul. I decided on Material design because it gives […]

Ansible-cmdb v1.4: a host overview generator for ansible-managed hosts

Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's setup module and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. You can visit the Github repo, or view an example output here. This is the v1.4 release of ansible-cmdb, which brings a bunch of bug […]

Ansible-cmdb v1.3: a host overview generator for ansible-managed hosts

A few days ago I released ansible-cmdb. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's setup module and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. The tool was positively received and I got lots of good feedback. This has resulted in […]

Introducing ansible-cmdb: a host overview generator for ansible-managed hosts

For those of you that are using Ansible to manage hosts, you may have noticed you can use the setup module to gather facts about the hosts in your inventory: $ ansible -m setup –tree out/ all $ ls out centos.dev.local eek.electricmonk.nl zoltar.electricmonk.nl debian.dev.local jib.electricmonk.nl $ head out/debian.dev.local  {     "ansible_facts": {     […]

BBCloner v1.4: Bitbucket backup tool

I've released v1.4 of BBCloner. BBCloner (Bitbucket Cloner) creates mirrors of your public and private Bitbucket Git repositories. It also synchronizes already existing mirrors. Initial mirror setup requires you manually enter your username/password. Subsequent synchronization of mirrors is done using Deployment Keys. This release features a new flag: –tolerant (-t). It prevents bbcloner from complaining about […]

Pydocmd: Generate Markdown from python source files

I've created pydocmd. It generates Python Module / script documentation in the Markdown (md) format. It was written to automatically generate documentation that can be put on Github or Bitbucket. It is as of yet not very complete and is more of a Proof-of-concept than a fully-fledged tool. Markdown is also a very restricted format and […]