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Builder for docker containers

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Docker Builder

Build script to create containers, tag them and push them to a remote repository.

Install

pip install docker-builder

Usage

docker-builder [-f <builder.yaml>] [--no-push] [--no-cache] [<container>...]

Config file

It expects a config file in yaml format in the current folder named builder.yaml.

Format

registries:
  - registry: https://index.docker.io/v1/
    username: user
    password: pass
    email: email

  - registry: local
    username: 127.0.0.1:5000

containers:
  - container1
  - container2
  - container3

Registries

Each of the containers will be tagged and pushed to each of the registries with the latest tag.

If registry is local, no login will be attempted and the container will be pushed to the local registry as defined in the username. If registry is an http/https based registry, the username, password and email will be used to login.

Containers

The containers attribute defines a list of containers and the order in which they will be built. It effectively defines the dependencies among containers and ensure the “source” ones are built first.

Each of the containers defined in the list must be defined in a matching name folder.

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