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This module provides functions that are out of scope for stdlib.

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Allow Symbol and Sensitive types in YAML.safe_load

Allow Symbol and Sensitive Types in YAML.safe_load

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(FEAT) Add simple standardized header template
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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.

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Add cidr_to_range function
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