Docker Official Image packaging for Python
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README.md

Fork of library/python

This fork of the official Docker image for Python is a companion to my blog post https://blog.0x74696d.com/posts/debugging-python-containers-in-production/

The CI build here only builds Python 3.6 and above, and only on current Debian (Stretch). I want to include Alpine as well at some point but right now I don't have a build for the systemtap SDT that Python requires to build with the --with-dtrace flag there.

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https://github.com/docker-library/python

Maintained by: the Docker Community

This is the Git repo of the Docker "Official Image" for python (not to be confused with any official python image provided by python upstream). See the Docker Hub page for the full readme on how to use this Docker image and for information regarding contributing and issues.

The full description from Docker Hub is generated over in docker-library/docs, specifically in docker-library/docs/python.

See a change merged here that doesn't show up on Docker Hub yet?

Check the "library/python" manifest file in the docker-library/official-images repo, especially PRs with the "library/python" label on that repo.

For more information about the official images process, see the docker-library/official-images readme.