terraspace new project

Usage

terraspace new project NAME

Description

Generates new project.

Example

$ terraspace new project infra --plugin aws --examples
=> Creating new project called infra.
      create  infra
      create  infra/.gitignore
      create  infra/Gemfile
      create  infra/README.md
      create  infra/Terrafile
      create  infra/config/app.rb
       exist  infra
      create  infra/config/terraform/backend.tf
      create  infra/config/terraform/provider.tf
=> Creating test for new module: example
      create  infra/app/modules/example
      create  infra/app/modules/example/main.tf
      create  infra/app/modules/example/outputs.tf
      create  infra/app/modules/example/variables.tf
=> Creating new stack called demo.
      create  infra/app/stacks/demo
      create  infra/app/stacks/demo/main.tf
      create  infra/app/stacks/demo/outputs.tf
      create  infra/app/stacks/demo/variables.tf
=> Creating test bootstrap structure
       exist  infra
      create  infra/.rspec
      create  infra/spec/spec_helper.rb
=> Installing dependencies with: bundle install
Bundle complete! 3 Gemfile dependencies, 88 gems now installed.
Use `bundle info [gemname]` to see where a bundled gem is installed.
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Congrats! You have successfully created a terraspace project.
Check out the created files. Adjust to the examples and then deploy with:

    cd infra
    terraspace up demo -y   # to deploy
    terraspace down demo -y # to destroy

More info: https://terraspace.cloud/
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Options

    [--examples], [--no-examples]  # Also generate examples
y, [--force]                       # Bypass overwrite are you sure prompt for existing files.
    [--lang=LANG]                  # Language to use: HCL/ERB or Ruby DSL
                                   # Default: hcl
p, [--plugin=PLUGIN]               # Cloud Plugin. Supports: aws, google
                                   # Default: aws
    [--test], [--no-test]          # Whether or not to generate tests
    [--plugin-gem=PLUGIN_GEM]      # Use if provider gem name doesnt follow terraspace_plugin_XXX naming convention. Must specify both --plugin and --plugin-name option
    [--bundle], [--no-bundle]      # Runs bundle install on the project
                                   # Default: true
    [--config], [--no-config]      # Whether or not to generate config files.
                                   # Default: true
    [--quiet], [--no-quiet]        # Quiet output.

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