Docker is a container manager that can build images
automatically by reading the instructions from a
Dockerfile. A Dockerfile is
a text document that contains all the commands you would normally execute
manually in order to build a Docker image. By calling
docker build from your
terminal, you can have Docker build your image step-by-step, executing the
instructions successively. Read more at https://docker.com.
This library provides a typed OCaml interface to generating Dockerfiles programmatically without having to resort to lots of shell scripting and awk/sed-style assembly.
ocaml-dockerfile is distributed under the ISC license.
- HTML Documentation: https://www.ocurrent.org/ocaml-dockerfile/;
- Source: https://github.com/ocurrent/ocaml-dockerfile;
- Issues: https://github.com/ocurrent/ocaml-dockerfile/issues;
- Email: email@example.com.
dockerfile can be installed with
opam install dockerfile opam install dockerfile-opam opam install dockerfile-cmd
dockerfile-opam package includes modules for OPAM- and Linux-specific
Dockerfile generation, such as common distributions.
If you don't use
opam consult the
opam file for build