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early-intern-90238

10/26/2019, 10:11 PM
Another question, is there a way to specify a wildcard in ci.json? For instance if I want to deploy by using Releases in GitHub it ends up throwing an exception No stack configured for branch "refs/tags/v1.0.0": "<stack-name>", but in reality this could just map to master branch...
Or this could be a bug in the GitHubActions integration. It should probably treat a Release the same way it treats a PR and target the branch
Yes I can confirm the login in the entrypoint.sh for GitHubAction is not correct
I had to create my own Pipeline from scratch and avoid the GitHubAction support for my releases for now until this is fixed.
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wonderful-daybreak-2504

10/28/2019, 12:13 PM
I created an issues about stack bug https://github.com/pulumi/actions/issues/17
And there is also alternative Github Action for pulumi which doesn't use docker https://github.com/prepor/github-pulumi/
and has explicit "stack" option 😉
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early-intern-90238

10/28/2019, 5:44 PM
@wonderful-daybreak-2504 that looks significantly better...
I will try that one out and let you know...
Thanks for that man, I forked your work and created my own version of it that also supports gcloud.
Works great!
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wonderful-daybreak-2504

10/30/2019, 7:54 AM
created my own version of it that also supports gcloud.
but it could be done in separate action, no?
composability!
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early-intern-90238

10/30/2019, 1:14 PM
my goal was to speed up the action for my scenario, the more actions the slower it goes.
But yes, for good design I would say composability is the way to go...but I forked it so I could make my action more specific to my situation.
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wonderful-daybreak-2504

10/30/2019, 2:23 PM
my goal was to speed up the action for my scenario, the more actions the slower it goes.
what speedup do you have by putting everything into a single action instead of multiple? )