This repo provides Dockerized versions of asdf supported tool sets.
An image can provide one or more asdf tools, you can for example create a image with just erlang, or erlang+elixir or erlang+elixir+node, basically anything that asdf supports.
There's also an asdf-alpine sister repo.
Every branch name must be a valid docker tag name that specifies the tool names and versions it provides, for example:
This way people can either base their own Docker images on them or try any existing tool set published as an image, like latest elixir:
docker run --rm -ti vborja/asdf-ubuntu:elixir-1.5.0-rc.2-otp-20 iex
Contributing new tool sets or versions.
All contributions are more than welcome, if you'd like to help expanding the number of tools available as docker images that would be really great!
If you want to create a new version, just start a new branch from the old-version, and send a PR, be sure to build the image locally and test if the tool works as expected.
If you are adding a new unrelated tool, please create an orphan branch, for example
git clone https://github.com/vic/asdf-ubuntu cd asdf-ubuntu # start working on a new node image git checkout --orphan nodejs-8.2.1 rm * # clean the branch files echo 'FROM vborja/asdf-ubuntu' > Dockerfile # Read the following section about Repo layout # build it docker build . -t nodejs-8.2.1 # try it docker run --rm -ti nodejs-8.2.1 node # commit and create a new PR when everything is ok.
If you create a new branch be sure to add the
.travis.yml file so that the image
for that branch is built automatically.
master Dockerfile from this repo serves as base for all asdf-ubuntu
images. It's single purpose is to create an
asdf user with home
/asdf, add the
asdf shim directory to PATH, along with a
Your repo can contain as many asdf tools as you want, the following example is taken from erlang-20.0 branch.
/ Dockerfile # erlang/ # the directory name must be the same as the tool name. version # stores the erlang version as expected by asdf plugin-repo # stores the erlang tool plugin url. build-deps # an script run as root to install system dependencies build-env # an script run as asdf user sourced before asdf install. other/ # another tool with the same file structure
Dockerfile content typically looks like:
FROM vborja/asdf-ubuntu # start erlang install COPY erlang .asdf/toolset/erlang/ USER root RUN bash .asdf/toolset/erlang/build-deps USER asdf RUN asdf-install-toolset erlang # install other tool if needed COPY other .asdf/toolset/other/ USER root RUN bash .asdf/toolset/other/build-deps USER asdf RUN asdf-install-toolset other
Some images like elixir-1.5.0-rc.2-otp-20 start from a previous one, in this case from (erlang 20.0) and just add another tool into it.