dockerfile

Dockerfile eDSL in OCaml
README

v8.1.0

Docker is a container manager that can build images
automatically by reading the instructions from a Dockerfile. A Dockerfile is
a text document that contains all the commands you would normally execute
manually in order to build a Docker image. By calling docker build from your
terminal, you can have Docker build your image step-by-step, executing the
instructions successively. Read more at https://docker.com.

This library provides a typed OCaml interface to generating Dockerfiles
programmatically without having to resort to lots of shell scripting and
awk/sed-style assembly.

ocaml-dockerfile is distributed under the ISC license.

Installation

dockerfile can be installed with opam:

opam install dockerfile
opam install dockerfile-opam
opam install dockerfile-cmd

The dockerfile-opam package includes modules for OPAM- and Linux-specific
Dockerfile generation, such as common distributions.

If you don't use opam consult the opam file for build
instructions.

Install
Published
17 Nov 2022
Sources
dockerfile-8.1.0.tbz
sha256=7d01e40d0f128160dd3ad078221ea42c306720fd2c65e941c456895e21e7b227
sha512=92a402c09c65b01ed2faf7687c24721b7baa54e623e2b85401c8816f6afbeb3aec0cc0c2cb4282ca8377f7552aac834573c6b0deb16832a0c50984063256ce9b
Dependencies
odoc
with-doc
ppx_sexp_conv
>= "v0.9.0"
fmt
>= "0.8.7"
ocaml
>= "4.08"
dune
>= "3.0"
Reverse Dependencies
dockerfile-opam
< "6.1.1" | >= "8.1.0"
obuilder
< "0.2"