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deprecate

Deprecate artifact, deregister a version, or unassign a stage.

Synopsis

usage: gto deprecate [-r <text>] [-m <text>] [--simple <text>]
                     [--force] [-d] [--push] [-h]
                     name [version] [stage]

arguments:
  name             Artifact name
  [version]        Artifact version
  [stage]          Stage to unassign

Description

The command supports three use cases:

# deprecate an artifact:
$ gto deprecate nn

# deprecate a version:
$ gto deprecate nn v0.0.1

# unassign a stage:
$ gto deprecate nn v0.0.1 prod

Unassigning a stage

Sometimes you need to mark an artifact version no longer ready for a specific consumer, and maybe signal a downstream system about this. You can use gto deprecate for that:

$ gto deprecate awesome-model v0.0.1 prod
Created git tag 'awesome-model#prod!#2' that unassigns a stage from 'v0.0.1'

GTO creates a special Git tag in the standard format.

Note, that later you can create this stage again, if you need to, by calling $ gto assign again.

You also may want to delete the git tag instead of creating a new one. This is useful if you don't want to keep extra tags in you Git repo, don't need history and don't want to trigger a CI/CD or another downstream system. For that, you can use:

$ gto deprecate awesome-model v0.0.1 prod --delete
Deleted git tag 'awesome-model#prod#1' that assigned a stage to 'v0.0.1'
To push the changes upstream, run:
git push origin awesome-model#prod#1 --delete

Deregister a version

Sometimes you need mark a specific artifact version as a no longer ready for usage. You could just delete a git tag, but if you want to preserve a history of the actions, you may again use gto deprecate.

$ gto deprecate awesome-model v0.0.1
Created git tag '[email protected]!' that deregistered a version.

If you want to deregister the version by deleting the Git tags itself, you could use

$ gto deprecate awesome-model v0.0.1 --delete
Deleted git tag '[email protected]' that registered a version.
Deleted git tag 'awesome-model#prod#1' that assigned a stage to 'v0.0.1'.
Deleted git tag 'awesome-model#prod!#2' that unassigned a stage to 'v0.0.1'.
To push the changes upstream, run:
git push origin [email protected] awesome-model#prod#1 awesome-model#prod!#2 --delete

This includes all Git tags related to the version: a tag that registered it and all tags that assigned stages to it.

Deprecating an artifact

Sometimes you need to need to mark the artifact as "deprecated", usually meaning it's outdated and will no longer be developed. To do this, you could run:

$ gto deprecate awesome-model
Created Git tag '[email protected]' that deprecates an artifact.

With [email protected] Git tag the artifact will be considered deprecated until you register a new version or assign a new stage to it after the deprecation.

If you want to deprecate an artifact by deleting git tags, you'll need to delete all of them for the artifact. You could do that with

$ gto deprecate awesome-model --delete
Deleted git tag '[email protected]' that registered a version.
Deleted git tag 'awesome-model#prod#1' that assigned a stage to 'v0.0.1'.
Deleted git tag 'awesome-model#prod!#2' that unassigned a stage to 'v0.0.1'.
To push the changes upstream, run:
git push origin [email protected] awesome-model#prod#1 awesome-model#prod!#2 --delete

Options

  • -r <text>, --repo <text> - Local or remote repository [default: .]
  • -m <text>, --message <text> - Message to annotate the Git tag with
  • --simple <text> - Use simple notation, e.g. rf#prod instead of rf#prod-5 [supported values: auto, true, false] [default: auto]
  • --force - Create the Git tag even if it already exists and is in effect
  • -d, --delete - Delete the git tag(s) instead of creating the new one
  • --push - Push created tag automatically (experimental)
  • -h, --help - Show this message and exit.
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