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# getting-started
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cuddly-jewelry-42389

12/29/2023, 10:16 PM
Is there a way to use a terraform provider in pulumi without actually following the steps outline in the terraform-bridge repo? So, I'm looking for a dynamic way, similar to how CDKTF generates the code of a provider on the fly. Your AI gave me an answer that doesn't seem to work, but it actually shows what I'm trying to achieve: https://www.pulumi.com/ai/conversations/44edc695-c4d4-48a0-b96f-05fc85516fc9
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billowy-army-68599

12/29/2023, 11:16 PM
no, there’s no way to do that
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cuddly-jewelry-42389

01/01/2024, 6:24 AM
Is there a reason this doesn't exist - besides budget / resource constraints?
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ancient-policeman-24615

01/02/2024, 12:35 PM
Just lack of engineering time. It’s actually something we are planning to explore next quarter.
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cuddly-jewelry-42389

01/03/2024, 4:52 AM
That would be awesome
@ancient-policeman-24615 Is there a github issue I can track? Right now this is one of the reasons why I'm thinking of going back to CDKTF. 😕
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ancient-policeman-24615

02/21/2024, 11:24 AM
There isn’t a public facing issue right now. Can I ask what your usecase is?
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cuddly-jewelry-42389

02/21/2024, 12:09 PM
Well, Terraform has thousands of providers. When working with Terraform, I can be certain that there will be a provider. E.g. ansible, bitbucket cloud, Hetzner DNS and more. Even if someone else already did the work to provide a bridge, it might be outdated.