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We have docker images with all packages pre-installed and pre-configured.
This save a lot time and help me to test my docker image plus my repository source code.
docker pull quay.io/travisci/travis-python docker run --name quay.io/moylop260/travis-python-custom quay.io/travisci/travis-python bash pip install -r requirements.txt apt-get install packages wget extras-download
And now use it in my builds with
Am I correct to understand that, in the end, you want to use the Python image with your requirements pre-installed? Then creating a custom Docker image on top of our build image is not what you want. It is too big for your purposes. (I am also not sure what
If you have a public repository using the containers (http://docs.travis-ci.com/user/workers/container-based-infrastructure/) you can simply set up cache (http://docs.travis-ci.com/user/caching).
If you want to use custom Python image, you might want to start with https://hub.docker.com/_/python/.
In all cases, the
But I'm understand your point of set up cache I saw the doc.
However, should be a cool feature that we can choose image where you can run the default travis-ci script from
But thank you for information.