Set variable on specific package installation in CFEngine

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I need a script that supports two different servers i.e. fedora and centos, with different httpd packages. I'm using CFEngine to create the config file in which I need to add different sections to the file depending upon the version of httpd installed on the system. Is there any way I can set a variable to true/false depending on the variable to generate the file in the correct manner.
Aug 8, 2018 in DevOps Tools by DragonLord999
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Try using packagesmatching to get the version of httpd installed right now. You'll have to combine it with ifelse, regcmp and strcmp in order to set different variables and classes you might use in your template.

answered Aug 8, 2018 by ajs3033
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