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[Bundle] Adds anchor tags for headings and bullets

Signed-off-by: Rob Dolin <>
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-# Filesystem Bundle
+# <a name="filesystemBundle" />Filesystem Bundle
-## Container Format
+## <a name="containerFormat" />Container Format
This section defines a format for encoding a container as a *filesystem bundle* - a set of files organized in a certain way, and containing all the necessary data and metadata for any compliant runtime to perform all standard operations against it.
See also [OS X application bundles]( for a similar use of the term *bundle*.
@@ -10,11 +10,11 @@ The definition of a bundle is only concerned with how a container, and its confi
A Standard Container bundle contains all the information needed to load and run a container.
This MUST include the following artifacts:
-1. `config.json`: contains configuration data.
+1. <a name="containerFormat01" />`config.json`: contains configuration data.
This REQUIRED file MUST reside in the root of the bundle directory and MUST be named `config.json`.
See [`config.json`]( for more details.
-2. A directory representing the root filesystem of the container.
+2. <a name="containerFormat02" />A directory representing the root filesystem of the container.
While the name of this REQUIRED directory may be arbitrary, users should consider using a conventional name, such as `rootfs`.
This directory MUST be referenced from within the `config.json` file.

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