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Merge pull request #55 from myii/ci/standardise-structure

chore: use `semantic-release` cross-formula standard structure
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@ -48,6 +48,7 @@ coverage.xml
.kitchen
.kitchen.local.yml
kitchen.local.yml
junit-*.xml
# Translations
*.mo
@ -111,3 +112,11 @@ docs/*.md
# Vim
*.sw?
## Collected when centralising formulas (check and sort)
# `collectd-formula`
.pytest_cache/
/.idea/
Dockerfile.*_*
ignore/
tmp/

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
---
stages:
- test
- commitlint
@ -7,23 +10,13 @@ stages:
sudo: required
cache: bundler
language: ruby
dist: xenial
services:
- docker
# Make sure the instances listed below match up with
# the `platforms` defined in `kitchen.yml`
# NOTE: Please try to select up to six instances that add some meaningful
# testing of the formula's behaviour. If possible, try to refrain from
# the classical "chosing all the instances because I want to test on
# another/all distro/s" trap: it will just add time to the testing (see
# the discussion on #121). As an example, the set chosen below covers
# the most used distros families, systemd and non-systemd and the latest
# three supported Saltstack versions with python2 and 3."
# As for `kitchen.yml`, that should still contain all of the platforms,
# to allow for comprehensive local testing
# Ref: https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/template-formula/issues/118
# Ref: https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/template-formula/issues/121
env:
matrix:
- INSTANCE: default-debian-9-develop-py3
@ -40,19 +33,15 @@ env:
# - INSTANCE: default-ubuntu-1604-2018-3-py2
# - INSTANCE: default-centos-7-2018-3-py2
- INSTANCE: default-fedora-29-2018-3-py2
# TODO: Use this when fixed instead of `opensuse-leap-42`
# Ref: https://github.com/netmanagers/salt-image-builder/issues/2
# - INSTANCE: default-opensuse-leap-15-2018-3-py2
- INSTANCE: default-opensuse-leap-42-2018-3-py2
# - INSTANCE: default-debian-8-2017-7-py2
# - INSTANCE: default-ubuntu-1604-2017-7-py2
# TODO: Enable after improving the formula to work with other than `systemd`
- INSTANCE: default-centos-6-2017-7-py2
# - INSTANCE: default-fedora-28-2017-7-py2
# - INSTANCE: default-opensuse-leap-42-2017-7-py2
script:
- bundle exec kitchen verify ${INSTANCE}
- bin/kitchen verify ${INSTANCE}
jobs:
include:

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BREAKING CHANGE: With the removal of all of the `.sls` files under
`template package`, this formula no longer supports the installation of
packages.

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@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ platforms:
- sh bootstrap-salt.sh -XdPbfrq -x python3 git develop
run_command: /usr/lib/systemd/systemd
## SALT 2019.2
## SALT `2019.2`
- name: debian-9-2019-2-py3
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2019.2-py3:debian-9
@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ platforms:
image: netmanagers/salt-2019.2-py3:opensuse-leap-15
run_command: /usr/lib/systemd/systemd
## SALT 2018.3
## SALT `2018.3`
- name: debian-9-2018-3-py2
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2018.3-py2:debian-9
@ -75,25 +75,18 @@ platforms:
- name: fedora-29-2018-3-py2
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2018.3-py2:fedora-29
# TODO: Use this when fixed instead of `opensuse-leap-42`
# Ref: https://github.com/netmanagers/salt-image-builder/issues/2
# - name: opensuse-leap-15-2018-3-py2
# driver:
# image: netmanagers/salt-2018.3-py2:opensuse-leap-15
# run_command: /usr/lib/systemd/systemd
- name: opensuse-leap-42-2018-3-py2
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2018.3-py2:opensuse-leap-42
run_command: /usr/lib/systemd/systemd
## SALT 2017.7
## SALT `2017.7`
- name: debian-8-2017-7-py2
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2017.7-py2:debian-8
- name: ubuntu-1604-2017-7-py2
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2017.7-py2:ubuntu-16.04
# TODO: Modify the formula to work for non-`systemd` platforms
- name: centos-6-2017-7-py2
driver:
image: netmanagers/salt-2017.7-py2:centos-6
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salt_copy_filter:
- .kitchen
- .git
state_top:
base:
'*':
- sudoers
- sudoers.included
pillars:
top.sls:
base:
'*':
- kitchen
- sudoers
pillars_from_files:
kitchen.sls: test/salt/pillar/kitchen.sls
sudoers.sls: test/salt/pillar/default.sls
verifier:
# https://www.inspec.io/
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# cli, documentation, html, progress, json, json-min, json-rspec, junit
reporter:
- cli
inspec_tests:
- path: test/integration/default
suites:
- name: default
provisioner:
state_top:
base:
'*':
- sudoers
- sudoers.included
pillars:
top.sls:
base:
'*':
- kitchen
- sudoers
pillars_from_files:
kitchen.sls: test/salt/pillar/kitchen.sls
sudoers.sls: test/salt/pillar/default.sls
verifier:
inspec_tests:
- path: test/integration/default

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# InSpec Profile: `default`
This shows the implementation of the `default` InSpec [profile](https://github.com/inspec/inspec/blob/master/docs/profiles.md).
## Verify a profile
InSpec ships with built-in features to verify a profile structure.
```bash
$ inspec check default
Summary
-------
Location: default
Profile: profile
Controls: 4
Timestamp: 2019-06-24T23:09:01+00:00
Valid: true
Errors
------
Warnings
--------
```
## Execute a profile
To run all **supported** controls on a local machine use `inspec exec /path/to/profile`.
```bash
$ inspec exec default
..
Finished in 0.0025 seconds (files took 0.12449 seconds to load)
8 examples, 0 failures
```
## Execute a specific control from a profile
To run one control from the profile use `inspec exec /path/to/profile --controls name`.
```bash
$ inspec exec default --controls package
.
Finished in 0.0025 seconds (files took 0.12449 seconds to load)
1 examples, 0 failures
```
See an [example control here](https://github.com/inspec/inspec/blob/master/examples/profile/controls/example.rb).

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name: sudoers
title: Sudoers Formula
maintainer: Saltstack-formulas
name: default
title: sudoers formula
maintainer: SaltStack Formulas
license: Apache-2.0
summary: Verify that the sudoers formula is setup and configured correctly
supports:
- os-name: debian
- os-name: ubuntu
- os-name: centos
- os-name: fedora
- os-name: opensuse
- os-name: suse
- platform-name: debian
- platform-name: ubuntu
- platform-name: centos
- platform-name: fedora
- platform-name: opensuse
- platform-name: suse
- platform-name: freebsd
- platform-name: amazon