A list of the tools developed and maintained by the IA Content Team.
Official Puppet Development Kit (PDK) Docker Image.
Public planning repository for the PDK project.
The templates used by the PDK to create new modules and other objects.
This project contains all the code to create native packages of the PDK for all supported platforms.
Command line tool for generating and testing modules.
PDKSync is an efficient way to run a command against the various Puppet module repositories that you manage — keeping them up-to-date with the changes made to PDK.
dependency management gems for all puppet modules.
The canonical gem to build puppet modules.
Puppet Strings generates documentation for Puppet code and extensions written in Puppet and Ruby. Strings processes code and YARD-style code comments to create documentation in HTML, Markdown, or JSON formats.
A Database of OS facts provided by Facter.
Tool to check the validity of Puppet metadata.json files.
Check that your Puppet manifests conform to the style guide.
Syntax checks for Puppet manifests and templates.
A set of shared spec helpers specific to Puppetlabs projects.
Simplify your unit tests by looping on every supported Operating System and populating facts.
RSpec tests for your Puppet manifests.
This action was designed to allow running acceptance tests for Puppet modules using Litmus.
This action was designed to allow running spec tests for Puppet modules.
This repository contains the docs mini site for Puppet Litmus.
Litmus provides a simple command line tool for Puppet content creators, to enable both simple and complex test deployments against specifically configured target systems.
This repository creates docker image files, for testing puppet modules with services with Puppet Litmus.
This library provides a simple way to write new native resources.
This set of scripts collates daily reports on our responsibilities as the stewards of supported modules.
The dependency-checker tool validates dependencies in metadata.json files in Puppet modules or YAML files containing arrays of Puppet modules against the latest published versions on the Puppet Forge.
A simple telemetry probe for gathering non-identifiable information about Puppet infrastructures.
Infrastructure Automation Content Team Content.
A small script to test for the easy Puppet Approved criteria.
A PowerShell function to wrap DSC resources in puppet providers.
This gem enables you to execute PowerShell from within ruby without having to instantiate and tear down a PowerShell process for each command called.
The underlying data is also rendered to tools.json, which is used by various tools to act on all of our repos at once.