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goodplay: Make your deployment play well.
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goodplay is an Apache2-licensed test framework for testing Ansible 2.x roles
and playbooks as well as running full integration tests for your software.

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  • define your test environments via Docker Compose and
    Ansible inventories
  • write your tests as Ansible 2.x playbook tasks_
  • resolve and auto-install Ansible role dependencies prior to test run
  • run your tests within Docker_ container(s), an already existing test
    environment, or on localhost
  • built as a pytest_ plugin to have a solid test runner foundation,
    plus you can run your goodplay tests together with your other tests

.. Ansible 2.x playbook tasks:
Ansible inventories:
.. Docker:
Docker Compose:
.. _pytest:


goodplay will use Semantic Versioning_ when reaching v1.0.0.
Until then, the minor version is used for backwards-incompatible changes.

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Installing goodplay is simple with pip_, just run this in your terminal:

.. code-block:: bash

$ pip install goodplay

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#. Check for open issues or open a fresh issue to start a discussion around a
feature idea or bug.

#. Fork the repository_ on GitHub to start making your changes to the
master branch (or branch off of it).

#. Write a test which shows that the bug was fixed or that the feature works
as expected.

#. Send a pull request. Make sure to add yourself to AUTHORS_.

Just don't forget to check out our CONTRIBUTING_ guidelines — it includes
few technical details that will make the process a lot smoother.

.. _the repository:

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