Using docker

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docker run \
    -e ANSIBLE_DOCTOR_ROLE_DIR=example/demo-role/ \
    -e ANSIBLE_DOCTOR_OUTPUT_DIR=example/ \
    -e ANSIBLE_DOCTOR_FORCE_OVERWRITE=true \
    -e ANSIBLE_DOCTOR_CUSTOM_HEADER=example/demo-role/HEADER.md \
    -e ANSIBLE_DOCTOR_LOG_LEVEL=info \
    -e PY_COLORS=1 \
    -v $(pwd):/doctor \
    -w /doctor \
    thegeeklab/ansible-doctor
Info
Keep in mind, that you have to pass SELinux labels (:Z or :z) to your mount option if you are working on SELinux enabled systems.