Use kubeyaml to do image updates
This wipes out a bunch of regexp-(ab)using code, in favour of using a self-contained binary from an image, which is expected to be on the `$PATH`. For the tests, we have to have a `kubectl` in the `$PATH`. A small shell script shim suffices. To make the binary available in a pod, the kubeyaml image can be called as an initContainer, copying the files to a shared volume.
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|helm||2 years ago|
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|upload-binaries||3 years ago|