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ansible-lint - lint tool for Ansible playbooks
ansible-lint [-M module_path] [-l] [-s] [module...]
ansible-lint checks Ansible playbooks for practices and behaviour that could potentially be improved.
--version: show program’s version number and exit -M DIRECTORY, --module-path=DIRECTORY the DIRECTORY search path to load modules from. The default is /usr/share/ansible. This can also be set with the ANSIBLE_LIBRARY environment variable. -s, --snippet= Produce a snippet which can be copied into a playbook for modification, like a kind of task template. -l, --list= Produce a terse listing of modules and a short description of each. -h, --help show this help message and exit -L list all the rules -q quieter, although not silent output -p parseable output in the format of pep8 -r RULESDIR specify one or more rules directories using one or more -r arguments. Any -r flags override the default rules in /usr/local/lib/python3.5/dist-packages/ansiblelint/rules, unless -R is also used. -R Use default rules in /usr/local/lib/python3.5/dist-packages/ansiblelint/rules in addition to any extra rules directories specified with -r. There is no need to specify this if no -r flags are used -t TAGS only check rules whose id/tags match these values -T list all the tags -v Increase verbosity level -x SKIP_LIST only check rules whose id/tags do not match these values --nocolor disable colored output --force-color Try force colored output (relying on ansible’s code) --exclude=EXCLUDE_PATHS path to directories or files to skip. This option is repeatable.
ansible-lint was originally written by Will Thames
Copyright © 2013-2016 Will Thames <firstname.lastname@example.org> ansible-lint is released under the terms of the MIT License.