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Application for building Atomicapps

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Atomicapp Builder

An application to build application images from [Nulecule](


atomicapp-builder build [-h] [--cccp-index CCCP_INDEX]
[--build-image BUILD_IMAGE]
[--docker-registry DOCKER_REGISTRY]
[--registry-insecure] [-q | -v]
PATH | cccp:<app-id>

positional arguments:
PATH | cccp:<app-id> Path to directory with Nulecule file to build or app id prefixed by "cccp:"

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--cccp-index CCCP_INDEX
URI of raw cccp index file (can be file:// for local file), defaults to
--build-image BUILD_IMAGE
Name of image that Dock should use to build images (defaults to "buildroot")
--docker-registry DOCKER_REGISTRY
URL of Docker registry to poll for existing images and
push built images to. Must be without http/https
--registry-insecure If used, plain http will be used to connect to
registry instead of https
-q, --quiet Only output names of built images after build is done
-v, --verbose Print lots of debugging information

Requires `anymarkup`, `requests` and `dock`. You can get the first two just by typing
`pip install --user -r requirements.txt` and you can get `dock` from This also requires `dock`'s build image. You
can either get one by `docker pull slavek/buildroot` or build one yourself.

You can get stable versions from PyPI by using

pip install --user --process-dependency-links atomicapp-builder

Note: you *must* use `--process-dependency-links` so that pip installs the correct `dock` package.

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