Cft (pronounced sift) watches a system administrator as she makes changes to a system. Its basic principle is heavily influenced by GNOME's Sabayon. Instead of the desktop though, cft is focused on traditional system administrators and how they maintain machines, mostly with command line tools.
Release Notes: Many unneeded attributes have been removed from the generated manifest. Previously finished sessions can now be resumed (with 'cft begin -r SESSION'). The RPM package set has been pruned to only leaf packages; packages that were updated/installed and depend on other packages that were updated/installed during the session are not included in the manifest.
Release Notes: Package operations are supported, so running "yum -y install httpd" during a session will produce appropriate package statements in the generated manifest.
Release Notes: This is the very first release of Cft. It understands most of puppet's builtin types. Only cron, sshkey, and package are missing.