stocky-island-367604/03/2020, 6:14 PM
interface & others are generated code. In that PR #232 it isn’t mentioned how the code-generation was done. My guess it’s generated from TF’s datasource `aws_iam_policy_document`. Is that correct? Is this procedure documented? 2. If it’s based from these datasource: Would it make sense to add an
there (currently it’s just
)? Or ... 3. Is there an equivalent setting for
in Typescript or Pulumi’s API?
I’ve seen theThat particular interface is not generated currently - it is manually authored. You can see that there is no "auto-generated" header on https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-aws/blob/27eaaaab8a4b431ec9dfe720f029189916b13dab/sdk/nodejs/iam/documents.ts. We are hoping to auto-generate it soon - mostly so that we can get the benefit of that strongly typed policy statement input in all languages - not just TypeScript. This is tracked in https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-terraform-bridge/issues/132. Once that is done, these would be auto-generated. More broadly - we are half way through moving all of the code-generation for SDKs over to a single unified schema-based code generator. There is a single Pulumi schema for each package, that is used to represent all the pulumi resources, functions and types in the package, and that is used as the source for generating language-specific SDKs and docs. You can see https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi/blob/master/pkg/codegen/schema/schema.go for raw details. I expect we'll write up some more content on this schema once we get through the initial migration..interface & others are generated code.
stocky-island-367604/03/2020, 8:09 PM
header, we can assume that it is manually authored. Yeah, I also wondered how do you (automatically) transfer changes in a PR from one language to another. So, it seems like you’re heading to sth. similar like GCP's magic-modules, right?
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