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From Carlos Santana <>
Subject Re: deprecate swift:3.0 get users to migrate to swift:3.1.1
Date Wed, 25 Oct 2017 17:07:37 GMT
Small clarification, the manifest updates only allow for read, and delete,
it doesn't allow to update the action, it will need to be deleted and
re-created with using the kind swift:3.1.1

On Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 12:52 PM Carlos Santana <>

> I'm proposing that we deprecate swift:3.0 and get everyone using
> swift:3.1.1 kind
> The default kind for swift is already swift:3.1.1 anyway.
> What this means if an user opens a bug against swift:3.0 we are going to
> tell that 3.0 is deprecated and to try in swift:3.1.1 to see if the bug
> exists in the new runtime, and then look into how to resolve.
> To migrate from swift:3.0 to swift:3.1.1 if the action uses a single
> source file then it's matter of updating the kind.
> If the user is pre-compiling then it needs to pre-compile using the new
> image as described in the docs
> I have a repo with an example that shows side by side, and some scripts to
> make it easier to migrate if need it
> **The actions items to get this done are:**
>  1. Update the reference docs to tell users to migrate their actions to
> kind swift:3.1.1
>  2. After a period (maybe 4 weeks) update manifest in invoker to mark it
> deprecated, meaning user can only read, update, and delete actions with
> swift:3.0 not invoke.
> I also created an issue here:
> -- Carlos

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