docker run -it --rm \ --publish 1313:1313 \ --volume $(pwd):/tmp/pwd \ --user $(id -u) \ frew/hugo \ server
Hugo is a static site generator written in Go. It is
incredibly fast and efficient. Normally a container for a typical Go program
would be overkill, as the binaries are statically linked. In Hugo's case,
though, Python is used to syntax highlight code, along with a few libraries to
support that feature. This container includes everything to support the syntax
1313 is exposed for the debug server.
The one exposed / required volume is
/tmp/pwd, which represents the directory
you want to be Hugo's pwd.
I recommend putting the following script in your path to make usage of this
container easier, presumably named
#!/bin/dash exec docker run -it --rm \ --publish 1313:1313 \ --volume $(pwd):/tmp/pwd \ --user $(id -u) \ frew/hugo \ "$@"
Note that because the above publishes to a static port you cannot, for instance,
hugo help while
hugo server is already running. I warmly welcome
patches to only add the
--publish 1313:1313 if
server is the subcommand