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Molecule project is designed to aid in the development and testing of
Molecule provides support for testing with multiple instances, operating systems and distributions, virtualization providers, test frameworks and testing scenarios.
Molecule encourages an approach that results in consistently developed roles that are well-written, easily understood and maintained.
Molecule supports only the latest two major versions of Ansible (N/N-1), meaning that if the latest version is 2.9.x, we will also test our code with 2.8.x.
Once installed, the command line can be called using any of the methods below:
.. code-block:: bash
molecule ... mol ... # same as above, introduced in 3.0.5 python3 -m molecule ... # python module calling method
Read the documentation and more at https://molecule.readthedocs.io/.
#ansible-moleculeirc channel on
If you want to get moving fast and make a quick patch:
.. code-block:: bash
$ git clone https://github.com/ansible-community/molecule && cd molecule $ python3 -m venv .venv && source .venv/bin/activate $ python3 -m pip install -U setuptools pip tox
And you're ready to make your changes!
ansible-announce list: https://groups.google.com/group/ansible-announce
communication page: https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/community/communication.html
Molecule project was created by
Retr0h <https://github.com/retr0h>_ and it is
now community-maintained as part of the
Ansible_ by Red Hat project.
The logo is licensed under the
Creative Commons NoDerivatives 4.0 License_.
If you have some other use in mind, contact us.
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