Update: We’ve just released 12.4.3, which fixes a couple of 12.4.2 regressions on Windows:
- The Windows chef installer was much bigger than 12.4.1 (it’s back down under 80MB).
- chef-client raised an error when run as a Windows service (bug)
Details on the original release (12.4.2) below:
We’ve just released Chef 12.4.2, a minor update with some packaging-related fixes.
- Support for installation via RPM 5 on Enterprise Linux. (PR)
- OS/X and Windows
bundle installbugfix: rubygems and bundler have both been upgraded, and will now correctly pull in the latest ‘universal’ version of a platform-specific gem on Windows and OS/X instead of searching for earlier Windows- or OS/X-specific versions.
- Chef itself will now resolve to 12.4.2 instead of 12.3.0 when `bundle install` or `gem install` is run on a gem with Chef as a dependency. (PR)
Additionally, Chef 12.4.2 is already tested on OS X 10.11, “El Capitan.”
You can get it here.
You should see no changed behavior from 12.4.1, excepting potential bugfixes from dependencies which have been upgraded.