stacks inspect dependency graph

Print dependency graph of stacks within the given command path in DOT format.

If no command path is given, the root stack group path is used.

Usage

tkm stacks inspect dependency-graph [command-path]

Positional arguments

OptionRequiredDescription
command-pathno
Print dependency graph of stacks within this command path. Defaults to the root stack group path ("/").

Options

This command has no command-specific options.

Common Options

This command supports the following common options.

OptionRequiredDescription
--helpno
Show help.
--yes
-y
no
Automatic yes to prompts; assume "yes" as an answer to all prompts and run non-interactively.
--profile PROFILEno
Use a profile configured in ~/.aws/credentials file.
--log LEVELno
Set logging level. Allowed values are "trace", "debug", "info", "warn", "error". Defaults to "info".
--dir DIR
-d DIR
no
Set the project directory from where Takomo loads configuration.
--load-aws-sdk-configno
Instead of using profiles configured in ~/.aws/credentials, use profiles found from ~/.aws/config.
--var name=VALUEno
Set variable that can be referenced in configuration files. This option can be used multiple times to set multiple variables.
--var-file FILE
--var-file name=FILE
no
Load variables from a file. The variables can be referenced in configuration files. This option can be used multiple times to load variables from multiple files. If NAME is given, variables are loaded to a variable with that name.
--env-file FILEno
Load environment variables from a file. The variables can be referenced in configuration files. This option can be used multiple times to load variables from multiple files.
--log-confidential-infono
Allow printing of environment variables and confidential parameter values that are concealed from the logs by default.
--statsno
Print statistics information of the executed command.

Examples

Print dependency graph of all stacks:

tkm stacks inspect dependency-graph

Print dependency graph of stacks within /dev command path:

tkm stacks inspect dependency-graph /dev