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# Ansible Collection - linuxhelp.consul
Documentation for the collection.

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### REQUIRED
# The namespace of the collection. This can be a company/brand/organization or product namespace under which all
# content lives. May only contain alphanumeric lowercase characters and underscores. Namespaces cannot start with
# underscores or numbers and cannot contain consecutive underscores
namespace: linuxhelp
# The name of the collection. Has the same character restrictions as 'namespace'
name: consul
# The version of the collection. Must be compatible with semantic versioning
version: 1.0.0
# The path to the Markdown (.md) readme file. This path is relative to the root of the collection
readme: README.md
# A list of the collection's content authors. Can be just the name or in the format 'Full Name <email> (url)
# @nicks:irc/im.site#channel'
authors:
- Eric Renfro <psi-jack@linux-help.org>
### OPTIONAL but strongly recommended
# A short summary description of the collection
description: DebOps Consul Collection
# Either a single license or a list of licenses for content inside of a collection. Ansible Galaxy currently only
# accepts L(SPDX,https://spdx.org/licenses/) licenses. This key is mutually exclusive with 'license_file'
license:
- GPL-2.0-or-later
# The path to the license file for the collection. This path is relative to the root of the collection. This key is
# mutually exclusive with 'license'
license_file: ''
# A list of tags you want to associate with the collection for indexing/searching. A tag name has the same character
# requirements as 'namespace' and 'name'
tags: []
# Collections that this collection requires to be installed for it to be usable. The key of the dict is the
# collection label 'namespace.name'. The value is a version range
# L(specifiers,https://python-semanticversion.readthedocs.io/en/latest/#requirement-specification). Multiple version
# range specifiers can be set and are separated by ','
dependencies: {}
# The URL of the originating SCM repository
repository: https://git.linux-help.org/Linux-Help/debops-consul
# The URL to any online docs
documentation: https://git.linux-help.org/Linux-Help/debops-consul/wiki
# The URL to the homepage of the collection/project
homepage: https://git.linux-help.org/Linux-Help/debops-consul
# The URL to the collection issue tracker
issues: https://git.linux-help.org/Linux-Help/debops-consul/issues
# A list of file glob-like patterns used to filter any files or directories that should not be included in the build
# artifact. A pattern is matched from the relative path of the file or directory of the collection directory. This
# uses 'fnmatch' to match the files or directories. Some directories and files like 'galaxy.yml', '*.pyc', '*.retry',
# and '.git' are always filtered
build_ignore: []

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# Collections Plugins Directory
This directory can be used to ship various plugins inside an Ansible collection. Each plugin is placed in a folder that
is named after the type of plugin it is in. It can also include the `module_utils` and `modules` directory that
would contain module utils and modules respectively.
Here is an example directory of the majority of plugins currently supported by Ansible:
```
└── plugins
├── action
├── become
├── cache
├── callback
├── cliconf
├── connection
├── filter
├── httpapi
├── inventory
├── lookup
├── module_utils
├── modules
├── netconf
├── shell
├── strategy
├── terminal
├── test
└── vars
```
A full list of plugin types can be found at [Working With Plugins](https://docs.ansible.com/ansible-core/2.11/plugins/plugins.html).
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