🐞 Fixed 🎨 Design area
7 months ago

␡ Can’t delete a local*

The issue being addressed is that users were unable to delete locals, which are variables with a scope of "local".

The development team has fixed this issue and now users are able to delete locals. This means that users can now delete variables with a scope of "local" without encountering any errors.
*In Terraform, a local is a way to assign a value to a variable, and it's only accessible within the same module where it's defined. A local variable can't be accessed outside of the module where it's defined. It can be used to store temporary values that are used within a module and it's not exposed to other modules.
For example, in Brainboard, a user could define a local variable to store the name of a resource and use it throughout the module, and then delete it when it's no longer needed.

In summary, the bug fix addresses an issue where users were unable to delete locals in Brainboard. Now, users can delete variables with a scope of "local" without encountering any errors. Locals are variables with a scope of "local" in Terraform, and it's used to store temporary values that are used within a module and it's not exposed to other modules.