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2020-04-25

2020-04-02

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

btw, for all you terraformers out there, I think you’ll dig what @mumoshu as been cooking up with #variant v2. He has created a declarative way to describe any “cli” tool using HCL that can be compiled down to a single binary. It means anyone on your team who can write HCL can help write the cli tool for your company (e.g. ./acme eks up ) Maybe you use #terragrunt today. Maybe you wish it did things that it doesn’t do today, but you’re not a go programmer. With #variant , that’s less the case because you can define arbitrary workflows like you would in a Makefile (only with a Makefile it doesn’t compile down to a binary for easy distribution) and it’s all in HCL so it easy for everyone to grok.

https://github.com/mumoshu/variant2

jedineeper avatar
jedineeper

This is amazing.

btw, for all you terraformers out there, I think you’ll dig what @mumoshu as been cooking up with #variant v2. He has created a declarative way to describe any “cli” tool using HCL that can be compiled down to a single binary. It means anyone on your team who can write HCL can help write the cli tool for your company (e.g. ./acme eks up ) Maybe you use #terragrunt today. Maybe you wish it did things that it doesn’t do today, but you’re not a go programmer. With #variant , that’s less the case because you can define arbitrary workflows like you would in a Makefile (only with a Makefile it doesn’t compile down to a binary for easy distribution) and it’s all in HCL so it easy for everyone to grok.

https://github.com/mumoshu/variant2

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Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)
mumoshu/variant2

Turn your bash scripts into a modern, single-executable CLI app today - mumoshu/variant2

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