releases over past months, but the
beta releases include a small number of breaking changes as well to ensure Pulumi 2.0 is on even more solid foundation going forward. We'd love folks in the community to start trying out the 2.0 Beta releases of both the CLI and packages, and share any feedback with us here or in GitHub. To try out the beta, check out the migration guide: https://www.pulumi.com/docs/get-started/install/migrating-2.0/. One more step toward Pulumi 2.0 GA!
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Do you know if this includes support for .net dynamic providers yet?It does not - that will be an additive thing post-2.0 GA - it's tracked in https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi/issues/3638. For 2.0 GA we've been focused on the core support and making sure it's ready and battle-tested, but we're continuing to invest in improvements for each of these language ecosystems throughout 2.x releases.
Any chance for a brew tap to use this with?Given that we expect the 2.0 betas to only be around for less than a month, we decided not to set up brand new
infrastructure for them. Hopefully folks can still acquire via the installer. Definitely something we keep thinking about doing more generally so we have a bit more control over releases going forward.
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wet-sunset-493904/18/2020, 4:37 AM
root await/asyncNote that you can export an async function from your index.ts, and that will be invoked so that you can use await effectively at top level. Hopefully that helps with the migration in case you were making data source calls at top level. https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#170-2019-12-11
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