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Yipit Django Blog The last in a short series of Chef related blog posts Heavy Weight Resource Providers This is a bit of a backwards term. When Chef first came out, there was no Light Weight Resource Provider (LWRP) syntax and any hardcore extension to Chef had to be written in Ruby. However, Opscode saw a need to be filled and created LWRP, making it easier to create your own Resources. The problem comes when LWRP cannot fulfill all of your needs.
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