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Read the Docs - Docker Images

These are the Docker image definitions used by the Read the Docs build environments to encapsulate the build process.

You can find these images on Docker Hub, on the readthedocs/build repository:

readthedocs/build:1.0
Deprecated Ubuntu 14.04 based image.
readthedocs/build:1.0-dotnet
Deprecated Ubuntu 14.04 based image, plus .NET.
readthedocs/build:2.0
Deprecated Ubuntu 16.04 based image.
readthedocs/build:4.0
stable Ubuntu 18.04 supporting Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7. This is the stable image supported by Read the Docs.
readthedocs/build:5.0
latest Ubuntu 18.04 supporting Python 2.7, 3.6, 3.7 and pypy3.5-7.0.0. This is the latest default image used for documentation builds and supported by Read the Docs.
readthedocs/build:6.0rc1
Ubuntu 18.04 supporting Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7 and PyPy3.5-7.0.0. For internal development testing only, not available for public usage yet.

Usage

To use the pre-built images, you can pull from Docker Hub:

docker pull readthedocs/build:latest

You can also compile these images locally:

docker build -t readthedocs/build:testing .

See CONTRIBUTING for more information on building and testing.

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