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Build molecule config files from an Ansible dynamic inventory file

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Build molecule config files from an Ansible dynamic inventory file

Quick Start Guide

  1. Install moleculerize from PyPI with pip:

    $ pip install moleculerize
  2. For more information on using the moleculerize launch help by:

    $ moleculerize --help
  3. Here is an example of building a molecule config from an Ansible dynamic inventory file:

    $ moleculerize --output molecule/default/molecule.yml /path/to_my/dynamic_inventory.json


Options start with one or two dashes. Many of the options an additional value next to them.

-h, --help Usage help. This lists all current command line options with a short description.
-o, --output <file>
 Write the molecule config to <file>. If this option is omitted, the config will be written to molecule.yml.
-s, --scenario <name>
 The molecule config scenario to be created and defined in the config file.
-t, --template <file>
 Use the jinja2 template <file> for creating the molecule config file. If this option is omitted, the template is assumed to be data/molecule.yml.j2.

Release Process

See release_process.rst for information on the release process for ‘moleculerize’


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