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goss exits with 0 when flags are bad #420

jim-raney-physiq opened this issue Jan 29, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Jan 29, 2019

[bash]$ goss -g goss.yaml validate -o verbose --color --sleep 5s --retry-tiemout 2m
Incorrect Usage: flag provided but not defined: -retry-tiemout

   goss validate - Validate system

   goss validate [command options] [arguments...]

   --format value, -f value          Format to output in, valid options: [documentation json json_oneline junit nagios rspecish silent tap] (default: "rspecish") [$GOSS_FMT]
   --format-options value, -o value  Extra options passed to the formatter, valid options: [perfdata verbose] [$GOSS_FMT_OPTIONS]
   --color                           Force color on [$GOSS_COLOR]
   --no-color                        Force color off [$GOSS_NOCOLOR]
   --sleep value, -s value           Time to sleep between retries, only active when -r is set (default: 1s) [$GOSS_SLEEP]
   --retry-timeout value, -r value   Retry on failure so long as elapsed + sleep time is less than this (default: 0s) [$GOSS_RETRY_TIMEOUT]
   --max-concurrent value            Max number of tests to run concurrently (default: 50) [$GOSS_MAX_CONCURRENT]
[bash]$ echo $?

Would be better if it exited non-zero for tools that actively check error codes for test results.

aelsabbahy added a commit that referenced this issue May 12, 2019

Handle invalid CLI flags (#421)
Previously, the flags were not handled so the application would
Looking at the documentation for , the error is propogated up through the `app.Run` call.
Now, the error is checked before fatally logging it.

closes #420
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