Hydrate Extension for Visual Studio Code
This is the Visual Studio Code Hydrate extension, which builds upon the VSCode Kubernetes Extension. It allows developers to use Hydrate within VSCode, which crawls a Kubernetes cluster and generates a high level description in a
Instead of running Hydrate from the command line and entering flags and options manually, this extension allows users to select a Kubernetes cluster and run Hydrate within VSCode.
Install the Extension!
First, make sure that you have Docker set up (the extension runs Hydrate on Docker). Next, download the extension here. If you do not have the VSCode Kubernetes Extension installed, it will automatically be installed during the Hydrate extension installation. A window reload is required after installation.
Navigate to the Kubernetes view by clicking the Kubernetes icon in the sidebar. Right-click the cluster you would like to run Hydrate on, and select
Note: all clusters displayed in the sidebar are associated with the same
For example, the results of running a verbose dry-run:
Testing the Extension
First, clone the repo locally by running the following command:
There are two ways to run tests:
Then, navigate to the Debugger view in the sidebar. Click the dropdown next to the green 'play' button, and click
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