Define pod yaml dynamically-jenkins pipeline Kubernetes

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I have an image that tests that i run to test my application. So the logic is, I have the version for my application container and my test container. Anytime there's a change in the test or the application the version is incremented. I'm trying to get this version in the first stage and then build my yaml file according this updated version. So how do I dynamically define the yaml file?
Aug 28, 2018 in Kubernetes by lina
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Try using jinja template engine and python to dynamically generate the file.

If anyone has a better answer please do let us know.
answered Aug 28, 2018 by Kalgi
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