Commit 92ee9360 authored by Volker Hilsheimer's avatar Volker Hilsheimer
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Allow setting a provider in "run" command

Running a job might bring up the machine first, and --provider is then
passed through to "up".
parent 806d1c3c
......@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ module Minicoin
def initialize(argv, env)
@argv, @job_name, @job_args = split_main_and_subcommand(argv)
# special case, since we have a main command argument that takes a value
["--repeat", "--jobconfig", "--env"].each do |option|
["--repeat", "--jobconfig", "--env", "--provider"].each do |option|
if @argv[-1] == option
loop do
@argv << @job_name
......@@ -160,6 +160,9 @@ module Minicoin
option.on("--jobconfig JOBCONFIG", "Select a pre-defined job configuration") do |o|
options[:jobconfig] = o
option.on("--provider PROVIDER", "Bring machine up with PROVIDER") do |o|
options[:provider] = o
option.on("--powershell", "Prefer a powershell main script on Windows guests") do |o|
options[:powershell] = o
......@@ -292,7 +295,12 @@ module Minicoin
with_target_vms(argv) do |vm|
unless vm.communicate.ready?
vm.ui.warn "Machine not ready, trying to bring it up"
up_options = ["up"]
if @run_options[:provider]
up_options << ["--provider", @run_options[:provider]]
up_options <<
if !vm.communicate.wait_for_ready(60)
vm.ui.error "Failed to bring up machine"
raise Vagrant::Errors::MachineGuestNotReady
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