On 16/02/15 16:06, Dmitri Zimine wrote:
2) Use functions, like Heat HOT or TOSCA:

HOT templates and TOSCA doesn’t seem to have a concept of typed
variables to borrow from (please correct me if I missed it). But they
have functions: function: { function_name: {foo: [parameter1, parameter
2], bar:"xxx”}}. Applied to Mistral, it would look like:

      - bool_var: { yaql: “1+1+$.my.var < 100” }

Not bad, but currently rejected as it reads worse than delimiter-based
syntax, especially in simplified one-line action invocation.

Note that you don't actually need the quotes there, so this would be equivalent:

     - bool_var: {yaql: 1+1+$.my.var < 100}

FWIW I am partial to this or to Renat's p7 suggestion:

     - bool_var: yaql{1+1+$.my.var < 100}

Both offer the flexibility to introduce new syntax in the future without breaking backwards compatibility.


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