I would like to include a recipe based on a conditional branch in another recipe. This is currently planned to be during the execution of a Ruby .each iterator.
The opscode wiki says the following about include_recipe, "...subsequent calls to
include_recipe for the same recipe will have no effect."
I am assuming that this means one may not use
include_recipe for the same recipe multiple times during a run. However, does this apply if it's being called during execution of an iterator?
UPDATE for Clarification:
So, just to clarify. recipe_1 is the main recipe. In recipe_1, I iterate through apps on the node and I want to include recipe_2 if Application_2 is on the node or recipe_3 if App_3 is on the node. If I have both Apps on the node, I want to make sure that the first iteration that includes recipe_2 is not still included in recipe_1 when the next iteration starts to run for App_3. Again, I'm wary of the documentation that states: The included recipe's resources will be inserted in order, at the point where include_recipe was called.