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Building a container image drops a .stack-work dir in the current working (sub)directory #1975

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dysinger opened this Issue Mar 31, 2016 · 1 comment

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dysinger commented Mar 31, 2016

I built an image with stack image container in a subdir and I see a left-over cruft directory left behind in the sub-directory.

% find .stack-work 
.stack-work
.stack-work/image
.stack-work/image/0
.stack-work/image/0/usr
.stack-work/image/0/usr/local
.stack-work/image/0/usr/local/bin
.stack-work/image/0/usr/local/bin/xyz
.stack-work/image/0/Dockerfile

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mgsloan commented Mar 31, 2016

Hmm, yeah, that should probably go in the .stack-work at the project root (next to stack.yaml)

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