Re: Announcing Cloud Foundry CLI v7 Release Plan

Greg Cobb

For now, application manifests will remain the same.

We did recently introduce versioning to manifests, which will allow us to iterate on manifest structure and features more aggressively in the future (and independently from API/CLI version).

On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 2:12 PM Stefan Mayr <stefan@...> wrote:
Hi Josh

Am 27.04.2020 um 18:13 schrieb Josh Collins:
> Dear Cloud Foundry Community,
> We are nearing the completion of the v7 CF CLI and we’re excited to
> announce that we’ll be cutting our GA release soon!

This is fantastic news. Our developers are waiting for some of the
experimental v3-commands to be replaced with stable CLI v7 commands.

> The exact target date for the launch hasn’t been finalized but because
> transitioning from v6 to v7 will require coordination and planning we’re
> sending an initial heads up. We'll send follow ups to this communication
> once the launch date and associated details become concrete.
> In case you haven’t been following the development of the v7 CLI
> closely, here’s three of many new capabilities that will become
> available when v7 GAs:
>   *
>     Rolling Deploys
>     < >using
>     the "--strategy" flag for "cf push" and other commands
>   *
>     Metadata
>     < >apply labels
>     and annotations to apps, spaces, organizations, and other resources
>   *
>     Sidecar Processes
>     < >for
>     applications using application manifests
> ...

How about manifest files? Do we have to expect any manifest syntax or
naming changes? Will some of the new CLI features also be available in
the manifest?



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