#opentofu (2024-01)

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2024-01-10

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github2
02:13:30 PM

Time for the big release! OpenTofu 1.6.0 is now stable!

Read more about this on our blog!

This version includes the new module testing feature, an updated s3 backend, tons of minor improvements, bug fixes, and performance improvements. It also includes our new registry.

This release is a drop-in replacement, and you can follow our simple migration guide to start using it with your existing infrastructure configurations.

If you’d like to read about all the changes introduced, check out the detailed changelog.

To get started, find the installation instructions in our docs!

Release notes from opentofu avatar
Release notes from opentofu
02:24:50 PM

v1.6.0 Time for the big release! OpenTofu 1.6.0 is now stable! Read more about this on our blog! This version includes the new module testing feature, an updated s3 backend, tons of minor improvements, bug fixes, and performance improvements. It also includes <a…

Release v1.6.0 · opentofu/opentofuattachment image

Time for the big release! OpenTofu 1.6.0 is now stable! Read more about this on our blog! This version includes the new module testing feature, an updated s3 backend, tons of minor improvements, bu…

Command: test | OpenTofuattachment image

The tofu test command performs integration tests of OpenTofu modules.

Backend Type: s3 | OpenTofuattachment image

OpenTofu can store state remotely in S3 and lock that state with DynamoDB.

James Humphries avatar
James Humphries
03:20:54 PM

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James Humphries avatar
James Humphries

Hey all! Opentofu just released it’s first GA release.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions, a few of the core team are in here

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Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

“This OpenTofu GA release is the culmination of 4 months of worldwide community efforts across 5 continents, from hundreds of contributors and over five dozen developers,” said Sebastian Stadl, Core OpenTofu Contributor. “Now that we have a stable release out, the community can look forward to a quick succession of long awaited features and enhancements.”

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2024-01-24

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github2
02:36:26 PM

OpenTofu 1.6.1 is now out!

As far as enhancements go, it includes an improvement to the testing feature which allows run blocks to reference previous run blocks’ module outputs.

Bug fix-wise, there are performance fixes for provider acceptance tests, there’s a fix making it possible to reference locals in import blocks for module resources, and we’ve also fixed an issue where tofu show would occasionally fail to display state files referencing Terraform registry providers.

Finally, we’ve worked on improved stability on 32-bit systems.

If you’d like to read about all the changes introduced, check out the detailed changelog.

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Release notes from opentofu
02:44:41 PM

v1.6.1 OpenTofu 1.6.1 is now out! As far as enhancements go, it includes an improvement to the testing feature which allows run blocks to reference previous run blocks’ module outputs. Bug fix-wise, there are <a href=”https://github.com/opentofu/opentofu/pull/1054” data-hovercard-type=”pull_request”…

Release v1.6.1 · opentofu/opentofuattachment image

OpenTofu 1.6.1 is now out! As far as enhancements go, it includes an improvement to the testing feature which allows run blocks to reference previous run blocks’ module outputs. Bug fix-wise, there…

Run block variable references by cam72cam · Pull Request #1129 · opentofu/opentofuattachment image

Builds an EvalContext which represents the output state of previously run steps to be used when evaluating variable expressions. Resolves #1045 Target Release 1.7.0, 1.6.1

Fix Global Schema Cache not working in provider acceptance tests by RLRabinowitz · Pull Request #1054 · opentofu/opentofuattachment image

When running provider acceptance tests with the OpenTofu binary, the Global Schema Cache is never used. This causes the acceptance tests to take longer than they should The reason for that is that …

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