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Fix exec method update_release in helm.py #57897

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commented Jun 15, 2019

Because of the wrong order of parameters, an error occurs during the assembly:
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyhelm/tiller.py", line 171, in update_release\n description=description)\nTypeError: 'default' has type str, but expected one of: int, long, bool\n"
signature method:
def update_release(self, chart, namespace, dry_run=False,
name=None, values=None, wait=False,
disable_hooks=False, recreate=False,
reset_values=False, reuse_values=False,
force=False, description="", install=False):
The namespace and dry-run parameters are interchanged.

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Fix exec method update_release in helm.py
Because of the wrong order of parameters, an error occurs during the assembly:
File \"/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyhelm/tiller.py\", line 171, in update_release\n    description=description)\nTypeError: 'default' has type str, but expected one of: int, long, bool\n"
signature method:
def update_release(self, chart, namespace, dry_run=False,
                       name=None, values=None, wait=False,
                       disable_hooks=False, recreate=False,
                       reset_values=False, reuse_values=False,
                       force=False, description="", install=False):
The namespace and dry-run parameters are interchanged.
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