tfcmt - Improve Terraform Workflow with PR Comment and Label

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  • tfcmt

    Fork of mercari/tfnotify. tfcmt enhances tfnotify in many ways, including Terraform >= v0.15 support and advanced formatting options

  • sprig

    Useful template functions for Go templates.

    Support sprig in Template

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  • tfnotify

    A CLI command to parse Terraform execution result and notify it to GitHub

    tfcmt is a Fork of tfnotify, but not compatible. tfcmt is specialized to GitHub, so you can't notify to other platform such as Slack.

  • aqua

    Declarative CLI Version manager written in Go. Support Lazy Install, Registry, and continuous update with Renovate. CLI version is switched seamlessly

    For the version control, we recommend aqua.

  • terraform

    Terraform enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve infrastructure. It is an open source tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared amongst team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned.

    From Terraform v0.15.4, changes made outside of Terraform are included in the output of plan. It is useful, but at the same time it confuses users, especially who don't know about this feature. So tfcmt shows changes made outside of Terraform seperating from plan result.

  • github-comment

    CLI to create and hide GitHub comments

    You can hide old comments with github-comment.

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