Dockerfile: Follow best practices #1484
In order to follow best practice for Dockerfiles, this commit:
In order to follow best practice for Dockerfiles, this commit: * Removes leading and trailing blank lines. * Pins the base image to a specific version of Alpine; the latest, 3.7, is used. * Tells `apk` to not cache any package lists. * Puts each dependency on its own line. * Does some minor reformatting for readability.
jordansissel left a comment
I don't know how to evaluate the 'best practice' claim. It's likely that such a claim doesn't need evaluation, so I'll do a functionality test:
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