docker wrapper bash script template
you can use it to simplify bash commands related to docker in your project, make them shorter, more readable and avoid typing redundant information (like container name), you can also use it to store commands which you are using frequently
go to the directory where you want to use docker wrapper and install it
sh -c "$(wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pwittchen/dockerw/master/install.sh -O -)"
or with curl:
sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pwittchen/dockerw/master/install.sh)"
install.sh script will copy
dockerw.sh script into your current directory
first, you need create
.dockerw.config file in the same directory where you have
dockerw.sh script and use it to configure your docker image settings
default settings look as follows:
IMAGE_NAME="user/repo" HOST="127.0.0.1" PORT_IN="7000" PORT_OUT="7000"
optionally, you can add your own custom variables or customize
dockerw.sh script or modify whole script as you need because it's just a template
by default you can call
./dockerw.sh script with one of the following options:
--help shows help --build builds container --run runs container --runbg runs container in background --cli runs container with interactive cli (when possible) --push pushes container to docker hub --pull pulls container from docker hub --stop stops running docker container --remove removes container --list shows available docker containers --ps show running containers
you can always type
./dockerw.sh --help to show help