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Example of Wrapping Clojure Development Tooling in a Containers

Code demo for my talk "Wrapping Clojure Development Tooling in a Containers".

Provides Make targets for building and running the Clojure developer shell within the accompanying Docker container.

Presentation

Blog post and see the recording of the presentation from Clojure/conj 2015.

Make Variables

TAG

The tag to give the docker container. You may want to change this if you want to use this template for your own project

NAME

The name of the container when it is running.

WEB_PORT

The port your web application runs on inside the docker container.

Make Targets

docker-build

Builds the Clojure development Docker container for this project, installing on the required dependencies.

docker-clean

Deletes the docker image entirely for this project. Useful if you want to rebuild from scratch.

shell

Starts a development shell, with Java 8, and Leiningen, oh-my-zsh and the lein plugin already installed.

This will likely only work on Linux in it's current form - but could be edited to work on OSX (PRs welcome).

shell-attach

Attach a new terminal to an already running development shell

shell-mount-jvm

Mount the development shell to the local /tmp directory via sshfs

chrome

Opens up chrome to the local port that is forwarded for port 8080 on the host.

emacs

Uses Xpra to open up emacs as a gui on the host.

emacs-attach

If you get disconnected from Xpra, this will reattach you to the session

install-ubuntu-dependencies

Installs Xpra (version 0.15.7), assuming you are running Ubuntu.

src-reset

Reset everything back to the original version (last git commit)

Licence

Apache 2.0

This is not an official Google Product.