tests: - name: example-test type: script args: commands: - echo "Success!"
The default behavior if a test failed is to continue running the rest of the tests and return a non-zero exit code at the end.
This behavior can be modified to stop testing on failure by setting
required: true in the test definition.
This will terminate execution if a test fails; no further tests will be run.
tests: - name: hello-world type: script required: true args: commands: - echo "Hello World!" && exit 1
- Source Tool
Validate CloudFormation yaml/json templates against the CloudFormation spec and additional checks. Includes checking valid values for resource properties and best practices.
In order to use this test, there must be a
.cfnlintrc file in the same directory as the Runway config file.
tests: - name: cfn-lint-example type: cfn-lint
Executes a list of provided commands. Each command is run in its own subprocess.
Commands are passed into the test using the
tests: - name: hello-world type: script args: commands: - echo "Hello World!"
- Source Tool
A linter for YAML files. yamllint does not only check for syntax validity, but for weirdnesses like key repetition and cosmetic problems such as lines length, trailing spaces, indentation, etc.
.yamllint file can be placed at in the same directory as the
Runway config file to customize the linter or,
the Runway provided template will be used.
tests: - name: yamllint-example type: yamllint