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Assign and remove project resources without unnecessary churn (Fixes: #585). #586

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@andrewsomething andrewsomething commented Feb 17, 2021

The current implementation moves all resources in the old config to the default project and then adds the resources in the new config to the Terraform-managed project. This creates a lot of unnecessary churn.

// The API requires project resources to be reassigned to another project if the association needs to be deleted.
// a diff of the resource could be implemented instead of removing all, (bulk) and adding the back again.

This PR adds a helper function to compares two *schema.Sets, producing lists of which should be added and which should be removed. Resources that were in both the old and new configs will no longer be touched.

Fixes: #585

@andrewsomething andrewsomething changed the title Asb/issues/585 Assign and remove project resources without unnecessary churn (Fixes: #585). Feb 17, 2021
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Looks great!

@andrewsomething andrewsomething merged commit ba0c6ef into main Feb 18, 2021
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…585). (#586)

* Add function for comparing *schema.Sets

* projects: Only add or remove resources that have changed.

* datasource_digitalocean_projects accepance test should not run in parallel.

* Check error; protect against empty requests.
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