Terraform Version Check
Terraform version check (tfvc) is a tool for ensuring that your your Terraform code is always configured to use the latest versions of any referenced providers and modules.
NOTE: This project is currently under heavy development and things WILL break (probably)
Install with Homebrew on MacOS or Linux.
brew install tfverch/tfvc/tfvc
Install with Go
go install github.com/tfverch/[email protected]
tfvc will scan the specified directories and report on the configuration of providers and module calls.
The exit status will be non-zero if tfvc finds problems, otherwise the exit status will be zero.
The following parameters are available.
|–include-passed, -a||bool (default: false)||Include passed checks in console output|
|–include-prerelease, -e||bool (default: false)||Include prerelease versions in checks|
|–ssh-private-key-path, -s,||string (default: “”)||Path to private key to use for SSH module calls|
|–ssh-private-key-pwd, -w||string (default: “”)||Password for private key file if required|
As an alternative to installing and running tfvc on your system, you can run tfvc in a Docker container, for example:
docker run --rm -it -v "$(pwd):/src" tfverch/tfvc /src
This project started as a fork of the github.com/keilerkonzept/terraform-module-versions project. However, given the changes that I needed to make to add the features that I wanted to, I ended up migrating to this repo. Still, shout out to keilerkonzept for their work.