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You'll need a working go environment version >= 1.11 (official releases are built against 1.14.x). It's also expected that you have a Docker daemon for building images.

Clone the repository. The project uses Go Modules, so if you explicitly define $GOPATH you should clone somewhere else.

Then, from the root directory:


This makes Docker images, and installs binaries to $GOBIN (if you define it) or $(go env GOPATH)/bin.

Note: the default target architecture is amd64. If you would like to try to build Docker images and binaries for a different architecture you will have to set ARCH variable:

sh $ make ARCH=<target_arch>

Running tests

# Unit tests
make test

# End-to-end tests, acceptable Helm versions are v2,v3
make e2e HELM_VERSION=<version>

# Run specific end-to-end test
E2E_TESTS=./10_helm_chart.bats HELM_VERSION=v2 make e2e

For e2e tests to work on macOS, you may need to install some dependencies

brew install bash
brew install parallel
brew install coreutils