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Do not deprecate old syntax in state #55551

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Ch3LL opened this issue Dec 6, 2019 · 1 comment
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Do not deprecate old syntax in state #55551

Ch3LL opened this issue Dec 6, 2019 · 1 comment
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Ch3LL commented Dec 6, 2019

Description of Issue

In this PR #39891 new syntax was introduced to the state.

Here is an example of before/after:

    # Before
        - name: mymodule.something
        - m_name: 'some name'
        - kwargs: {
          first_arg: 'one',
          second_arg: 'two',
          do_stuff: 'True'
    # After
          - name: some name
          - first_arg: one
          - second_arg: two
          - do_stuff: True

In order to use the new syntax you would need to add a config option:


Currently this new syntax was marked to deprecate the old syntax in the Sodium release

This ticket is to track the work to ensure this old syntax never gets deprecated. There are too many people that use the old syntax and it works perfectly fine and we do not want to rip out this behavior.

This ticket should include:

  • removing the deprecation warning
  • updating any docs around the state clarifying that there is two ways of specifying your state instead of messaging around the old syntax eventually being removed.
@waynew waynew added this to Needs triage in [Test] Triage Dec 9, 2019
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Ch3LL commented Dec 21, 2019

duplicate of #53504

@Ch3LL Ch3LL closed this as completed Dec 21, 2019
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