GitHub puppet-archive
Compressed archive file download and extraction with native types/providers for Windows and Unix

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Add `archives` parameter to make use with an ENC or hiera easier
enhancement

Pull Request (PR) description

This PR adds a parameter to make generating archive requests from an ENC easier.

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modulesync 5.1.0 & update EoL URI syntax + a lot of rubocop rework
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release 6.0.2
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Use ssl_trust_store from puppet.conf on Windows

Pull Request (PR) description

The Windows Puppet agent fails to download archive resources due to SSL validation failure when the "source" is using a certificate issued by a private CA. The failure occurs even when the Puppet agent is configured with a custom "ssltruststore" that contains the CA chain.

This patch changes the Windows download behavior by defining the following order for the SSL trust store:
1. The "ssltruststore" setting from the "agent" section of "puppet.conf"
2. The "SSLCERTFILE" value from the runtime environment
3. The module-bundled ".pem" file as a last resort.

This Pull Request (PR) fixes the following issues

Fixes issue reported at: https://tickets.puppetlabs.com/browse/PUP-11349

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