Packer Plugin Vagrant - The Vagrant multi-component plugin can be used with HashiCorp Packer to create custom images

Overview

Packer Plugin Vagrant

The Vagrant multi-component plugin can be used with HashiCorp Packer to create custom images. For the full list of available features for this plugin see docs.

Installation

Using pre-built releases

Using the packer init command

Starting from version 1.7, Packer supports a new packer init command allowing automatic installation of Packer plugins. Read the Packer documentation for more information.

To install this plugin, copy and paste this code into your Packer configuration . Then, run packer init.

= 1.0.0" source = "github.com/hashicorp/vagrant" } } }">
packer {
  required_plugins {
    vagrant = {
      version = ">= 1.0.0"
      source  = "github.com/hashicorp/vagrant"
    }
  }
}

Manual installation

You can find pre-built binary releases of the plugin here. Once you have downloaded the latest archive corresponding to your target OS, uncompress it to retrieve the plugin binary file corresponding to your platform. To install the plugin, please follow the Packer documentation on installing a plugin.

From Sources

If you prefer to build the plugin from sources, clone the GitHub repository locally and run the command go build from the root directory. Upon successful compilation, a packer-plugin-vagrant plugin binary file can be found in the root directory. To install the compiled plugin, please follow the official Packer documentation on installing a plugin.

Configuration

For more information on how to configure the plugin, please read the documentation located in the docs/ directory.

Contributing

  • If you think you've found a bug in the code or you have a question regarding the usage of this software, please reach out to us by opening an issue in this GitHub repository.
  • Contributions to this project are welcome: if you want to add a feature or a fix a bug, please do so by opening a Pull Request in this GitHub repository. In case of feature contribution, we kindly ask you to open an issue to discuss it beforehand.
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.14.0

    Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.14.0

    Bumps github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.14.0.

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    v2.14.0

    Enhancements

    • ext/typeexpr: Added support for optional object attributes to TypeConstraint. Attributes can be wrapped in the special optional(…) modifier, allowing the attribute to be omitted while still meeting the type constraint. For more information, cty's documentation on conversion between object types. (#549)
    • ext/typeexpr: New function: TypeConstraintWithDefaults. In this mode, the optional(…) modifier accepts a second argument which can be used as the default value for omitted object attributes. The function returns both a cty.Type and associated Defaults, the latter of which has an Apply method to apply defaults to a given value. (#549)

    v2.12.0

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
    Changelog

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    v2.14.0 (September 1, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • ext/typeexpr: Added support for optional object attributes to TypeConstraint. Attributes can be wrapped in the special optional(…) modifier, allowing the attribute to be omitted while still meeting the type constraint. For more information, cty's documentation on conversion between object types. (#549)
    • ext/typeexpr: New function: TypeConstraintWithDefaults. In this mode, the optional(…) modifier accepts a second argument which can be used as the default value for omitted object attributes. The function returns both a cty.Type and associated Defaults, the latter of which has an Apply method to apply defaults to a given value. (#549)

    v2.13.0 (June 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hcl: hcl.Diagnostic now has an additional field Extra which is intended for carrying arbitrary supporting data ("extra information") related to the diagnostic message, intended to allow diagnostic renderers to optionally tailor the presentation of messages for particular situations. (#539)
    • hclsyntax: When an error occurs during a function call, the returned diagnostics will include extra information (as described in the previous point) about which function was being called and, if the message is about an error returned by the function itself, that raw error value without any post-processing. (#539)

    Bugs Fixed

    • hclwrite: Fixed a potential data race for any situation where hclwrite.Format runs concurrently with itself. (#534)

    v2.12.0 (April 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
    Commits
    • 85e45c5 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 74d03f3 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • c4381b5 Release v2.14.0
    • 8f2d3d7 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 75d5692 Merge pull request #549 from hashicorp/typeexpr-optional-defaults
    • 47464b2 typeexpr: Optional object attributes with defaults
    • 3186414 Prepare for a possible future v2.13.1 release
    • bc4516e Release v2.13.0
    • ee5af8c Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 88ecd13 hcl: Allow individual diagnostics to carry extra information
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.3.1

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    v0.3.1

    NOTES

    There's been a change in the way the ssh_timeout option and the ssh_handshake_attempts work together, the behaviour is unchanged if both or none are specified, however if only one of the two is set, the other won't have a default value anymore and will be ignored.

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    0.3.1 (July 28, 2022)

    0.3.0 (June 09, 2022)

    • multistep/commonsteps: Add default timeouts to the GitGetter, HgGetter, S3Getter, and GcsGetter getters to mitigate against resource exhaustion when calling out to external command line applications.
    • multistep/commonsteps: Disable support for the X-Terraform-Get header to mitigate against protocol switching, endless redirect, and configuration bypass abuse of custom HTTP response header processing.
    • multistep/commonsteps: Update settings for the default go-getter client to prevent arbitrary host access via go-getter's path traversal, symlink processing, and command injection flaws.
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2, github.com/hashicorp/go- getter/gcs/v2, github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/s3/v2 to address a number of security vulnerabilities as defined in HCSEC-2022-13

    0.2.13 (May 11, 2022)

    • cmd/packer-sdc: Update golang.org/x/tools to fix internal package errors when running code generation commands with Go 1.18 GH-108

    0.2.12 (May 03, 2022)

    • provisioner/shell-local: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • provisioner/shell: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2 to v2.0.2 GH-102
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 to v2.12.0 GH-106
    • sdk: Update crypto/ssh pkg used by SSH communicator The existing ssh client used by the SSH communicator was relying on legacy key algorithms and could not connect to recent versions of openssh, or servers with a limited set of fips approved algorithms. GH-107
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.13.0

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    v2.12.0

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
    Changelog

    Sourced from github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2's changelog.

    v2.13.0 (June 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hcl: hcl.Diagnostic how has an additional field Extra which is intended for carrying arbitrary supporting data ("extra information") related to the diagnostic message, intended to allow diagnostic renderers to optionally tailor the presentation of messages for particular situations. (#539)
    • hclsyntax: When an error occurs during a function call, the returned diagnostics will include extra information (as described in the previous point) about which function was being called and, if the message is about an error returned by the function itself, that raw error value without any post-processing. (#539)

    Bugs Fixed

    • hclwrite: Fixed a potential data race for any situation where hclwrite.Format runs concurrently with itself. (#534)

    v2.12.0 (April 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
    Commits
    • bc4516e Release v2.13.0
    • ee5af8c Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 88ecd13 hcl: Allow individual diagnostics to carry extra information
    • 986b881 Merge pull request #508 from hashicorp/go118fuzz
    • c020cb9 go fmt
    • c3b6715 go.mod: Specify that we use the Go 1.17 language in this module
    • efb710f Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 63d288b hclwrite: fix data race modifying the internal "nilToken" variable
    • d0c4fa8 Merge pull request #522 from hashicorp/update-deps-for-macos
    • 8927e75 deps: update crypto dependency for macOS support
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.3.0

    Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.3.0

    Bumps github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.3.0.

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    0.3.0 (June 09, 2022)

    • multistep/commonsteps: Add default timeouts to the GitGetter, HgGetter, S3Getter, and GcsGetter getters to mitigate against resource exhaustion when calling out to external command line applications.
    • multistep/commonsteps: Disable support for the X-Terraform-Get header to mitigate against protocol switching, endless redirect, and configuration bypass abuse of custom HTTP response header processing.
    • multistep/commonsteps: Update settings for the default go-getter client to prevent arbitrary host access via go-getter's path traversal, symlink processing, and command injection flaws.
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2, github.com/hashicorp/go- getter/gcs/v2, github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/s3/v2 to address a number of security vulnerabilities as defined in [HCSEC-2022-13](https://discuss.hashicorp.com/t/hcsec-2022-13-multiple- vulnerabilities-in-go-getter-library/39930)

    0.2.13 (May 11, 2022)

    • cmd/packer-sdc: Update golang.org/x/tools to fix internal package errors when running code generation commands with Go 1.18 GH-108

    0.2.12 (May 03, 2022)

    • provisioner/shell-local: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • provisioner/shell: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2 to v2.0.2 GH-102
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 to v2.12.0 GH-106
    • sdk: Update crypto/ssh pkg used by SSH communicator The existing ssh client used by the SSH communicator was relying on legacy key algorithms and could not connect to recent versions of openssh, or servers with a limited set of fips approved algorithms. [GH-107](https://github.com/hashicorp/packer- plugin- sdk/pull/107)
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.2.13

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    0.2.13 (May 11, 2022)

    • cmd/packer-sdc: Update golang.org/x/tools to fix internal package errors when running code generation commands with Go 1.18 GH-108

    0.2.12 (May 03, 2022)

    • provisioner/shell-local: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • provisioner/shell: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2 to v2.0.2 GH-102
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 to v2.12.0 GH-106
    • sdk: Update crypto/ssh pkg used by SSH communicator The existing ssh client used by the SSH communicator was relying on legacy key algorithms and could not connect to recent versions of openssh, or servers with a limited set of fips approved algorithms. [GH-107](https://github.com/hashicorp/packer- plugin- sdk/pull/107)
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.2.12

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    0.2.12 (May 03, 2022)

    • provisioner/shell-local: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • provisioner/shell: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2 to v2.0.2 GH-102
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 to v2.12.0 GH-106
    • sdk: Update crypto/ssh pkg used by SSH communicator The existing ssh client used by the SSH communicator was relying on legacy key algorithms and could not connect to recent versions of openssh, or servers with a limited set of fips approved algorithms. [GH-107](https://github.com/hashicorp/packer- plugin- sdk/pull/107)
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.12.0

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    v2.12.0

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
    Changelog

    Sourced from github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2's changelog.

    v2.12.0 (April 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
    Commits
    • c135030 v2.12.0 release
    • e01e7c6 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 357a7fd hclsyntax: Update style for new version of "go fmt"
    • 97d54a9 hclsyntax: Improve conditional type mismatch errors (somewhat)
    • 2ef09d1 Merge pull request #524 from hashicorp/f-json-is-json
    • 8fc6794 json: Functions for determining if an expression or body is a JSON one
    • 8c86d68 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 91152ab Update CHANGELOG.md
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.14.1

    Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 from 2.11.1 to 2.14.1

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    v2.14.1

    Bugs Fixed

    • ext/typeexpr: Type convert defaults for optional object attributes when applying them. This prevents crashes in certain cases when the objects in question are part of a collection. (#555)

    v2.14.0

    Enhancements

    • ext/typeexpr: Added support for optional object attributes to TypeConstraint. Attributes can be wrapped in the special optional(…) modifier, allowing the attribute to be omitted while still meeting the type constraint. For more information, cty's documentation on conversion between object types. (#549)
    • ext/typeexpr: New function: TypeConstraintWithDefaults. In this mode, the optional(…) modifier accepts a second argument which can be used as the default value for omitted object attributes. The function returns both a cty.Type and associated Defaults, the latter of which has an Apply method to apply defaults to a given value. (#549)

    v2.12.0

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
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    v2.14.1 (September 23, 2022)

    Bugs Fixed

    • ext/typeexpr: Type convert defaults for optional object attributes when applying them. This prevents crashes in certain cases when the objects in question are part of a collection. (#555)

    v2.14.0 (September 1, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • ext/typeexpr: Added support for optional object attributes to TypeConstraint. Attributes can be wrapped in the special optional(…) modifier, allowing the attribute to be omitted while still meeting the type constraint. For more information, cty's documentation on conversion between object types. (#549)
    • ext/typeexpr: New function: TypeConstraintWithDefaults. In this mode, the optional(…) modifier accepts a second argument which can be used as the default value for omitted object attributes. The function returns both a cty.Type and associated Defaults, the latter of which has an Apply method to apply defaults to a given value. (#549)

    v2.13.0 (June 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hcl: hcl.Diagnostic now has an additional field Extra which is intended for carrying arbitrary supporting data ("extra information") related to the diagnostic message, intended to allow diagnostic renderers to optionally tailor the presentation of messages for particular situations. (#539)
    • hclsyntax: When an error occurs during a function call, the returned diagnostics will include extra information (as described in the previous point) about which function was being called and, if the message is about an error returned by the function itself, that raw error value without any post-processing. (#539)

    Bugs Fixed

    • hclwrite: Fixed a potential data race for any situation where hclwrite.Format runs concurrently with itself. (#534)

    v2.12.0 (April 22, 2022)

    Enhancements

    • hclsyntax: Evaluation of conditional expressions will now produce more precise error messages about inconsistencies between the types of the true and false result expressions, particularly in cases where both are of the same structural type kind but differ in their nested elements. (#530)
    • hclsyntax: The lexer will no longer allocate a small object on the heap for each token. Instead, in that situation it will allocate only when needed to return a diagnostic message with source location information. (#490)
    • hclwrite: New functions TokensForTuple, TokensForObject, and TokensForFunctionCall allow for more easily constructing the three constructs which are supported for static analysis and which HCL-based languages typically use in contexts where an expression is used only for its syntax, and not evaluated to produce a real value. For example, these new functions together are sufficient to construct all valid type constraint expressions from the Type Expressions Extension, which is the basis of variable type constraints in the Terraform language at the time of writing. (#502)
    • json: New functions IsJSONExpression and IsJSONBody to determine if a given expression or body was created by the JSON syntax parser. In normal situations it's better not to worry about what syntax a particular expression/body originated in, but this can be useful in some trickier cases where an application needs to shim for backwards-compatibility or for static analysis that needs to have special handling of the JSON syntax's embedded expression/template conventions. (#524)

    Bugs Fixed

    • gohcl: Fix docs about supported types for blocks. (#507)
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    • 197ef76 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 68124d5 Merge pull request #555 from hashicorp/pre-convert-optional-defaults
    • b857322 ext/typeexpr: Convert defaults for optional attrs
    • 85e45c5 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 74d03f3 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • c4381b5 Release v2.14.0
    • 8f2d3d7 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 75d5692 Merge pull request #549 from hashicorp/typeexpr-optional-defaults
    • 47464b2 typeexpr: Optional object attributes with defaults
    • 3186414 Prepare for a possible future v2.13.1 release
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  • Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.3.2

    Bump github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk from 0.2.11 to 0.3.2

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    Exciting New Features 🎉

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    Doc improvements 📚

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    New Contributors

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/hashicorp/packer-plugin-sdk/compare/v0.3.1...v0.3.2

    v0.3.1

    NOTES

    There's been a change in the way the ssh_timeout option and the ssh_handshake_attempts work together, the behaviour is unchanged if both or none are specified, however if only one of the two is set, the other won't have a default value anymore and will be ignored.

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    0.3.1 (July 28, 2022)

    0.3.0 (June 09, 2022)

    • multistep/commonsteps: Add default timeouts to the GitGetter, HgGetter, S3Getter, and GcsGetter getters to mitigate against resource exhaustion when calling out to external command line applications.
    • multistep/commonsteps: Disable support for the X-Terraform-Get header to mitigate against protocol switching, endless redirect, and configuration bypass abuse of custom HTTP response header processing.
    • multistep/commonsteps: Update settings for the default go-getter client to prevent arbitrary host access via go-getter's path traversal, symlink processing, and command injection flaws.
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2, github.com/hashicorp/go- getter/gcs/v2, github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/s3/v2 to address a number of security vulnerabilities as defined in HCSEC-2022-13

    0.2.13 (May 11, 2022)

    • cmd/packer-sdc: Update golang.org/x/tools to fix internal package errors when running code generation commands with Go 1.18 GH-108

    0.2.12 (May 03, 2022)

    • provisioner/shell-local: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • provisioner/shell: Add env argument to pass env vars through a key value store GH-98
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/go-getter/v2 to v2.0.2 GH-102
    • sdk: Bump github.com/hashicorp/hcl/v2 to v2.12.0 GH-106
    • sdk: Update crypto/ssh pkg used by SSH communicator The existing ssh client used by the SSH communicator was relying on legacy key algorithms and could not connect to recent versions of openssh, or servers with a limited set of fips approved algorithms. GH-107
    Commits
    • 7f67d2c Update release version v0.3.2 (#129)
    • ae46818 Provision SSHPublicKey while use custom SSH Private key (#101)
    • f0d8f56 Fix support for forward slashes in cd_files for Windows (#115)
    • 2d9e9f3 sdk: Bump SDK to Go 1.18 (#121)
    • ad89271 ssh: add more logging when connecting with bastion
    • 28533d7 ssh: make ssh bastion error message more precise
    • 42da5e2 communicator: fix SSH config typo (#124)
    • 62ac7b7 Make ed25519 keys generated by Packer serialize in the format usable by ssh.
    • 762ec6e Update Xcode version for Darwin test builds (#122)
    • 80d2587 Remove release script in favor of goreleaser (#118)
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  • Bump github.com/zclconf/go-cty from 1.10.0 to 1.11.0

    Bump github.com/zclconf/go-cty from 1.10.0 to 1.11.0

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    1.11.0 (August 22, 2022)

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    This release contains some changes to some aspects of the API that are either legacy or de-facto internal (from before the Go toolchain had an explicit idea of that). Any external module using these will experience these as breaking changes, but we know of no such caller and so are admitting these without a major release in the interests of not creating churn for users of the main API.

    • encoding/gob support utilities removed: we added these as a concession to HashiCorp who wanted to try to send cty values over some legacy protocols/formats used by legacy versions of HashiCorp Terraform. In the end those efforts were not successful for other reasons and so no Terraform release ever relied on this functionality.

      encoding/gob support has been burdensome due to how its unmarshaler interface is defined and so cty values and types are no longer automatically compatible with encoding/gob. Callers should instead use explicitly-implemented encodings, such as the built-in JSON and msgpack encodings or external libraries which use the public cty API to encode and decode.

    • cty now requires Go 1.18: although the main API is not yet making any use of type parameters, we've begun to adopt it in the hope of improving the maintainability of some internal details, starting with the backing implementation of set types.

      Since type parameters are not supported by earlier versions of the Go compiler, callers must upgrade to Go 1.18 before using cty v1.11.0 or later.

    Other changes in this release

    • cty: Improved performance when comparing nonzero numbers to zero, by performing a relatively-cheap sign check on both numbers before falling back on the more expensive general equality implementation. (#125)
    • cty: It's now possible to use capsule types in the elements of sets. Previously cty would panic if asked to construct a value of a set type whose element type either is or contains a capsule type, but there is now explicit support for storing encapsulated values in sets and optional (but recommended) support for a custom hashing function per type in order to improve performance for sets with a large number of elements.
    • convert: Unify will no longer panic when asked to find a common base type for a tuple type and a list of unknown element type, and will instead just signal that such a unification is not possible. (#126)
    • stdlib: FlattenFunc will no longer panic if it encounters a null value of a type that would normally be subject to flattening. Instead, it will treat it in the same way as a null value of any non-flattenable type. (#129)
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    • 4d209ea stdlib: Don't panic if flatten finds a null list/set/tuple value
    • 834994b Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 24404ad convert: Fix panic when unifying tuple element types
    • 97a685d go.mod: go get golang.org/x/[email protected]
    • da78a28 Update CHANGELOG.md
    • 3c2818f cty: Optimize equality check for numbers of differing signs
    • b66d00a cty: Allow capsule types inside set values
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