GATB-TOOLS and Docker
This document explains how you can setup and use GATB-Tools within a Docker container.
What are GATB-Tools?
As of June 2017, this projet includes within a single Docker image :
About this project
It aims at providing you with the material (i.e. a Dockerfile) to build a single Docker image containing all above mentioned GATB-Tools binaries.
It is worth noting that this Dockerfile packages the latest available binary release of each GATB-Tool as it is available in the respective project. In other words, this Dockerfile DOES NOT compile anything.
Of course, you need to have Docker installed on your system.
Note: provided Dockerfile was made and tested using Docker version 17 on Mac OSX Yosemite. However, it should work on other releases of Docker and OS (Linux, Windows or OSX).
How to build the image?
How to use the image on the command-line?
How to use the image on GoDocker?
|Dockerfile||Production ready material: the main Docker file to use to create the GATB-Tools machine. This is the one cited in above sections.|
|Dockerfile.alpine||An alternative way to build the GATB-Tools machine, using Alpine Linux instead of Debian. Experimental material: use with caution. Read more here.|
|Dockerfile.alpine-compiler||Production ready material: an Alpine based c/c++ compiler to prepare Alpine native binaries of GATB-Tools. Read more here.|
|Dockerfile.alpine2||Production ready material: the Dockerfile to use to create a compact GATB-Tools machine. Read more here.|
|build.sh||Companion file of Dockerfile.alpine-compiler|
|make_all.sh||Companion file of Dockerfile.alpine-compiler. Actually, it is the one to use to generate GATB-Tool Alpine binaries: 'make_all.sh' script invokes 'Dockerfile.alpine-compiler' container.|
|run-tool.sh||Starter script of Docker containers (i.e. ENTRYPOINT)|
|test-gcore.sh||Companion file of Dockerfile|
|data||Directory with test material for all GATB-Tools|
|godocker||Directory with material illustrating how to use GATB-Tools machine on the GoDocker platform.|