Simple docker decorator
What is it ?
On top of docker, pydocktors is a simple way to declare a decorator to start and shutdown a docker container.
Why to use it ?
You can use it anywhere you want in your python code ! This include test and code…
For example, if you have a application that require a database (for example, MySQL or Neo4J) but you don’t want to install the database globally on your system, you can use the docker decorator !
Or you may need to load a application such as Nginx or Eureka when running your code locally without installing it, this docker decorator is made for you !
All of them are also available in the examples. Each example are designed to be independent.
Starting a Nginx with a your content and your configuration:
@docktors.docker( inject_arg=True, image='nginx', ports=[(80, 8080)], volumes=[ (TARGET_DIR, '/usr/share/nginx/html', 'ro'), (NGINX_CONF, '/etc/nginx/nginx.conf', 'ro') ], wait_for_port=8080, ) def main(container): logger.info( 'Nginx container with id %s is %s. Visit http://localhost:8080/', container.id, container.status )
- Why this name ?
- Because it’s the contraction of 3 famous words : python, docker and decorators
- How did it came from ?
It will be a shame if a told you that I didn’t take inspiration from other Open Source project… In fact, as a Java developper, I was aware of this 2 projects :
But after some research, I wonder why there was no python decorator already made to run docker in python scripts. So, for my needs, I decided to do one and to share it !
I hope that it will be helpful for you to.
Authors : Patrick Allain License : MIT
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