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Simple tool for generating ansible role documentation

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# Ansible-DocGen
A python utility for generating Ansible files for roles

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* Ansible-DocGen is tested in `python3`

## Installation

### PIP

pip install ansible-docgeneration

**Note if you installed it from pip, you will need to use it like so from the command line:**

python -m docgen

### From Source

git clone
cd Ansible-DocGen
virtualenv-3.4 env -p python3
source env/bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.txt

## Usage

Usage: [OPTIONS]

# Basic usage:

#Specify a path to a role:
python --path=/path/to/ansible/role

#Specify a path to a role, and output the result to a file:
python --path=/path/to/ansible/role > /path/to/ansible/role/


* `--path` Path to your role (defaults to current directory)
* `--help` Show this message and exit.

## Test

.. coming soon

## Example output:

A role for settings up a django application

* **Required ansible version:** >= 1.2

## Required variables:
| Parameter | Example | Comment |
|`django_app_name`|`polls`|The name of your application. Typcially this will be the name of the folder containing your file|

## Optional variables:

| Parameter | Default |
|`manage_commands`|`['collectstatic', 'syncdb', 'migrate']`|

### Basic usage

- hosts: all
- django_app_name: polls
- { role: django, tags: django }


### TODO

* TODO: use pex to package virtualenv
* Unit testing
* Travis CI
* Better error handling

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