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Add docker development environment #205

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Fuco1 commented Jun 11, 2017

For the people like me who don't like tainting the host system with superfluous nonsense like dev libraries :)

It also makes it simpler to get up and running, virtually requiring only docker-compose up -d and you are set to hack.

The image is rather big (about 1 GB) but this is not a problem because it is a build environment and will not be used for distribution.

Instructions are in the README.

@Fuco1 Fuco1 changed the title from Add docker environment to Add docker development environment Jun 11, 2017

image: remacs-build:latest
working_dir: ${PWD}
tty: true
# Unfortunately dumping doesn't work without this

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Probably, but that will never get fixed, not until the old timers run things :/

Maybe one day remacs will fix it itself, or just remove the misfeature completely.

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Yep, I was mostly linking it for future reference :)

Eventually I want Remacs to have a sensible dumping mechanism, at which point this will just work.

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Seems to work on my box, and it's a nice addition. Thanks :)

@Wilfred Wilfred merged commit 80bb25b into Wilfred:master Jun 12, 2017

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