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cdktf-tf-module-stack

A drop-in replacement for cdktf.TerraformStack that lets you define Terraform modules as constructs


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cdktf-tf-module-stack

Status: Tech Preview Releases LICENSE build

A drop-in replacement for cdktf.TerraformStack that lets you define Terraform modules as constructs.

cdktf-tf-module-stack is in technical preview, which means it's a community supported project. It still requires extensive testing and polishing to mature into a HashiCorp officially supported project. Please file issues generously and detail your experience while using the library. We welcome your feedback.

By using the software in this repository, you acknowledge that:

  • cdktf-tf-module-stack is still in development, may change, and has not been released as a commercial product by HashiCorp and is not currently supported in any way by HashiCorp.
  • cdktf-tf-module-stack is provided on an "as-is" basis, and may include bugs, errors, or other issues.
  • cdktf-tf-module-stack is NOT INTENDED FOR PRODUCTION USE, use of the Software may result in unexpected results, loss of data, or other unexpected results, and HashiCorp disclaims any and all liability resulting from use of cdktf-tf-module-stack.
  • HashiCorp reserves all rights to make all decisions about the features, functionality and commercial release (or non-release) of cdktf-tf-module-stack, at any time and without any obligation or liability whatsoever.

Compatibility

  • cdktf >= 0.20.0
  • constructs >= 10.0.25

Available Packages

NPM

The npm package is available at https://www.npmjs.com/package/@cdktf/tf-module-stack.

npm install @cdktf/tf-module-stack

NOTE: Originally, this package was named cdktf-tf-module-stack, and the legacy versions (<= 0.2.0) can be found on npm here.

PyPI

The PyPI package is available at https://pypi.org/project/cdktf-tf-module-stack.

pipenv install cdktf-tf-module-stack

Nuget

The Nuget package is available at https://www.nuget.org/packages/HashiCorp.Cdktf.TfModuleStack.

dotnet add package HashiCorp.Cdktf.TfModuleStack

Maven

The Maven package is available at https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.hashicorp/cdktf-tf-module-stack.

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.hashicorp</groupId>
    <artifactId>cdktf-tf-module-stack</artifactId>
    <version>[REPLACE WITH DESIRED VERSION]</version>
</dependency>

Go

The go package is generated into the github.com/cdktf/cdktf-tf-module-stack-go package.

go get github.com/cdktf/cdktf-tf-module-stack-go/tfmodulestack

Usage

Typescript

import { App } from "cdktf";
import {
  TFModuleStack,
  TFModuleVariable,
  TFModuleOutput,
  ProviderRequirement,
} from "@cdktf/tf-module-stack";
import { Resource } from '@cdktf/provider-null/lib/resource';

class MyAwesomeModule extends TFModuleStack {
  constructor(scope: Construct, id: string) {
    super(scope, id);

    new ProviderRequirement(this, "null", "~> 2.0");
    const resource = new Resource(this, "resource");

    new TFModuleVariable(this, "my_var", {
      type: "string",
      description: "A variable",
      default: "default",
    });

    new TFModuleOutput(this, "my_output", {
      value: resource.id,
    });
  }
}

const app = new App();
new MyAwesomeModule(app, "my-awesome-module");
app.synth();

Python

from constructs import Construct
from cdktf import App, TerraformStack
from imports.null.resource import Resource
from cdktf_tf_module_stack import TFModuleStack, TFModuleVariable, TFModuleOutput, ProviderRequirement


class MyAwesomeModule(TFModuleStack):
    def __init__(self, scope: Construct, ns: str):
        super().__init__(scope, ns)

        ProviderRequirement(self, "null", provider_version_constraint="~> 2.0")

        TFModuleVariable(self, "my_var", type="string", description="A variable", default="default")

        resource = Resource(self, "resource")

        TFModuleOutput(self, "my_output", value=resource.id)


app = App()
MyAwesomeModule(app, "my-awesome-module")
app.synth()

This will synthesize a Terraform JSON file that looks like this:

{
  "output": {
    "my_output": [
      {
        "value": "${null_resource.resource.id}"
      }
    ]
  },
  "resource": {
    "null_resource": {
      "resource": {}
    }
  },
  "terraform": {
    "required_providers": {
      "null": {
        "source": "null",
        "version": "~> 2.0"
      }
    },
    "variable": {
      "my_var": {
        "default": "default",
        "description": "A variable",
        "type": "string"
      }
    }
  }
}

Please note that the provider section is missing, so that the Terraform Workspace using the generated module can be used with any provider matching the version.

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