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Pack JSONNET Support

Pack support jsonnet. Pack publisher can write kubernetes resource’s definition in jsonnet format.

Then dependant users can require that repository via dependency-list.yaml and simply $ pack dep command.

This will bring all the dependencies in manifests/vendor folder. Remainder, publisher’s repository may contains jsonnet file, but it’ll appear in kubernetes resource’s yaml format under user’s manifests/vendor folder.

Learn More About jsonnet Support

  • Here How jsonnet works in Pack and appears in manifests/vendor folder.
  • Here How jsonnet works in Pack, in more complex scenario than previous one.

Next Steps

  • Want to publish apps using Kubepack? Please visit here.
  • Want to consume apps published using Kubepack? Please visit here.
  • To learn about dependency-list.yaml file, please visit here.
  • Learn more about pack cli from here.
  • Learn more about Pack validation here.

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