validate yaml-schema- provides a basic validation of the module's YAML file, so it checks if all required fields are provided and if their structure is correct.
validate yaml-deep- provides a deep and detailed validation of module's YAML file, including provided variables and external links to DockerHub and icon.
validate github-repo- provides a validation of module's GitHub repository, i.e. it checks if required files like Dockerfile or entrypoint.sh exist.
validate github-organization- if you have a GitHub organization and each of your repository stores an implementation of a single module, then this command enables you to verify all your repositories.
validate local-directory- if you store your module's source code locally, then this command enables you to analyse its directory to verify whether it meets our basic requirements.
validate module-links- it validates all external links provided in module's YAML file: icon, repository, DockerHub, etc.
validate module-docker- it validates module's DockerHub repository and docker image information provided in module's YAML file.
validate yaml-deepvalidation before submitting any work to weeve. Here at weeve, we use these commands on a daily basis to verify all module that we produce for you.