test-kitchen 1.23.2-5 source package in Ubuntu


test-kitchen (1.23.2-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload
  * Allow ruby-mixlib-shellout and ruby-net-scp to upgrade

 -- Antonio Terceiro <email address hidden>  Fri, 06 Mar 2020 22:43:11 -0300

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test-kitchen_1.23.2-5.dsc 2.3 KiB 636f28ad57a0b50d32f040166c06e3c1e76f81d37783db031db9e58d5e0b7964
test-kitchen_1.23.2.orig.tar.gz 218.9 KiB f9c508518071d7e08baaffafbc8fa260a3c66578f47bdba05102872a00295c38
test-kitchen_1.23.2-5.debian.tar.xz 10.7 KiB d9052d4d4ac70b5f43705fa29e282c83fac2a8b96077a52e8f9d40e474a43cdd

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test-kitchen: integration tool for Chef

 Test Kitchen is a test harness tool to execute your configured code on one or
 more platforms in isolation. A driver plugin architecture is used which lets
 you run your code on various cloud providers and virtualization technologies
 such as Amazon EC2, Blue Box, CloudStack, Digital Ocean, Rackspace, OpenStack,
 Vagrant, Docker, LXC containers, and more. Many testing frameworks are already
 supported out of the box including Bats, shUnit2, RSpec, Serverspec, with
 others being created weekly.
 For Chef workflows, cookbook dependency resolver tools such as Berkshelf and
 Librarian-Chef are supported or you can simply have a cookbooks/ directory and
 Test Kitchen will know what to do. Support for Test Kitchen is already included
 in many Chef community cookbooks such as the MySQL, nginx, Chef Server, and
 runit cookbooks.