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`dockre <>`_ provides a
command line interface (through a `Python <>`_ packge) for using **dock**er **re**producibly to build
e.g. documents, binaries or host services. The default docker image used is the authors
personal one for work related tasks but it is changeable by specifying ``--image``.

Autogenerated API documentation is found `here <>`_.

Simplest way to install ``dockre`` is to use ``pip``:


$ pip install --user dockre

Here is a simple example:

.. code:: bash

$ mkdir input
$ echo -e "report.txt:\n\techo 'silly example'>\$@" > input/Makefile
$ mkdir output
$ dockre build
$ cat output/report.txt
silly example

The source code is Open Source and is released under the simplified 2-clause BSD license. See `LICENSE <LICENSE>`_ for further details.

Contributors are welcome to suggest improvements at

Björn I. Dahlgren, contact:

- gmail address: bjodah
- address: bda
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