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Print additional columns for Release objects #80

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juliogreff commented Mar 20, 2019

When doing a kubectl get releases, we can now show additional columns
with more useful information about the Release, namely the clusters it
was deployed to, and which step the release is currently in.

Output will now look like this:

NAME                         CLUSTERS                STEP      AGE
frontend-3bb976cc-0          eu-north-n2             full on   14h
backend-3c678546-0           eu-north-n1             staging   4d

This would be really handy with --watch flag and also will save some
scripting from user point of view.

Fixes #67.

Print additional columns for Release objects
When doing a `kubectl get releases`, we can now show additional columns
with more useful information about the Release, namely the clusters it
was deployed to, and which step the release is currently in.

Output will now look like this:

```
NAME                         CLUSTERS                STEP      AGE
frontend-3bb976cc-0          eu-north-n2             full on   14h
backend-3c678546-0           eu-north-n1             staging   4d
```

This would be really handy with --watch flag and also will save some
scripting from user point of view.

Fixes #67.

@icanhazbroccoli icanhazbroccoli merged commit e8dfee7 into master Apr 2, 2019

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