|| at Apr 23, 2012 at 5:07 pm
On 23/04/2012 16:51, Shantanu wrote:
I have a module in which parameterized classes inherit regular (non-
parameterized) 'params' class. I am writing RSpec tests for this
module and would like to make sure that required variables have been
declared in the params class. Also, is it possible to write RSpec test
to make sure that these variables/parameters are accepted by the
required parameterized classes? Any pointers will be really helpful.
Funnily enough I was asking a similar thing on IRC the other day but
didn't get much luck. We're implementing Hiera across modules that
require significant amounts of variables. We have a lot of environments
(>20) and we often get problems where someone introduces a new variable,
adds it to a template and tests it in dev but dont add a default, or add
it to each environment, therefore catalog compilation fails in non-dev
Ideally I'd like to be able to catch this with rspec-puppet but can't
see an easy way to say "class bar should have variable foo and it
shouldn't be undefined", or something when sourcing variables from other
classes or hiera.
Craig Dunn | http://www.craigdunn.org
Yahoo/Skype: craigrdunn | Twitter: @crayfishX
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