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  • dagger-pulumi

    Dagger's pipelines for Pulumi (preview, update, refresh, destroy)

    This is one of the few definitions that we have in this package, I will not show you directly all of them since it's really specific to our implementation and it's not very relevant to explain how it's working. However, you can retrieve all of our source code here:

  • dagger

    A programmable CI/CD engine that runs your pipelines in containers (by dagger)

    import ( "" "" ) dagger.#Plan & { client: { env: { PULUMI_GOMAXPROCS?: string PULUMI_GOMEMLIMIT?: string } filesystem: { sources: read: { path: "." contents: dagger.#FS exclude: [ ".*", ] } // TODO // Simplify once is fixed plan: read: { path: "plan.json" contents: string } planWrite: write: { path: "plan.json" contents: actions.preview.plan } } } #Pulumi: ci.#Pulumi & { env: { if client.env.PULUMI_GOMAXPROCS != _|_ { GOMAXPROCS: client.env.PULUMI_GOMAXPROCS } if client.env.PULUMI_GOMEMLIMIT != _|_ { GOMEMLIMIT: client.env.PULUMI_GOMEMLIMIT } } source: stack: string diff: bool update: plan: enableDestructiveActions: bool } actions: { #Pulumi.commands } }

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  • cue

    The home of the CUE language! Validate and define text-based and dynamic configuration

    Important note: Initially was developed using Cuelang, an amazing and modern declarative language. Cue was also the only way to do pipelines with it. However, Dagger's team have recently transformed Dagger to be language agnostic. We now have different SDKs: Go (the main one), CUE, Node.js and Python. As of today, I advice you to choose the Go SDK if you don't really know which one to take. For the CUE one, I only recommend it to you if:

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