GitHub puppet-extlib
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This module provides functions that are out of scope for stdlib.

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Correct Puppet Version Range
Supported Puppet version range is %{PUPPET_VERSION_RANGE}
With Puppet Version Range
Puppet version range is present in requirements in metadata.json
With Operatingsystem Support
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Is in plumbing
Has Secrets
Has a .sync.yml file
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Released
Is in modulesync_config and in forge releases.
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Add cidr_to_range function
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Add cidr_to_network function
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Add extlib::commit_date function
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Pull Request (PR) description

Add a extlib::commit_date function to return the commit date of a file or directory in the current environment.

(FEAT) Add simple standardized header template

Pull Request (PR) description

It seems every module has a different way of putting the This is a puppet managed file don't edit it in their templates. They are all a bit different and each one says slightly different things. This is my attempt to get something a bit more unified in place so folks can have greater consistency in their modules.

Add ability to specify extra args

Previously the mkdir, split, path_join functions
took arrays instead of allowing the user to pass in
unlimited values via the extra args type. This now allows
for extra args and maintains backwards compatability
with prior implementation.

new function dir_clean and refactor

I went down a bit of a rabbit whole looking at simplifying the dirsplit function and have created a new function to normalise paths and used it to i simplify the pathjoin and dir_split functions. however i am not that familiar with windows so not sure if i have got everything correct, spec test pass and thats about as far as i can go.

I till need to write spec test for the new function but i thought i would send this PR now to see if there is any early feedback. also i wonder if we should rename these functions under the same name space e.g.
* extlib::dir::join
* extlib::dir::clean
* extlib::dir::split
or extlib::path::*