AWS Beanstalk - Unknown option - Edge


I cannot upload the application to AWS Beanstalk without deploying if edge: true.

Travis log:

rvm $(travis_internal_ruby) --fuzzy do ruby -S gem uninstall -aIx dpl
Gem 'dpl' is not installed
1.61s$ rvm $(travis_internal_ruby) --fuzzy do ruby -S gem install dpl --pre
Successfully installed regstry-1.0.15
Successfully installed cl-1.2.4
Successfully installed dpl-2.0.0.beta.3
3 gems installed
Unknown option: --only_create_app_version
failed to deploy

Travis config:

  - provider: elasticbeanstalk
    edge: true
    access_key_id: $AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
    env: *****
    app: *****
    region: eu-west-1
    bucket: *****
    bucket_path: *****/$TRAVIS_BRANCH
    cleanup: false
    only_create_app_version: true
      all_branches: true
      condition: $TRAVIS_BRANCH =~ ^(feature|release|bugfix|hotfix|epic|refactor).*

As I read the V2 documentation is it possible to use only_create_app_version tag in deploy section.

Could someone help me, please?

That option, indeed, is lacking in v2, but is still documented.

At the moment, the decision to deploy the app or not is based on the presence of env arg; does it make sense to rely solely on this? In other words, are there situations where having env defined and not deploy the app, or deploy the app without having env defined? If so, the option should be added to v2; if not, then relying on env to decide makes sense, and drop this option altogether.

Thank you, it’s solved.

Two months ago, when I wrote this config I got this error when I didn’t defined the env arg.

Missing required option: env

But now it’s possible to run travis without env arg and it’ll upload the application without deploy.