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This is a working image , originally designed to be used as a base for another that will execute some RUBY on RAILS projects, but it's completely working if you want to use it to make a container for you project.
This image contains:
- base image: ubuntu
- gem bundler
- Creating a Container
You can use this image to execute some ruby on rails project, but you will need to manually make the configurations, like install gems.
- Creating a volume and defining the workdir
docker run \ -v [directory on host of ruby on rails project]:[directory you want to add your project on container] \ -w [directory you want to add your project on container] \ josechagas/rbenv-ruby-rails [some method, like bundle install]
- Using to Create another Image
As I mentioned above this image was designed to be a base for another images, because it has the basic to run a ruby on rails application.
- Image using this image as base:
When executing docker build:
After creating your dockerfile when you will execute the build you can use or not a build argument:
The build argument
NEED_UPDATE_ON_BUILD,witch default value is
false, indicates that you want or not update the installed packages of image
docker build --build-arg NEED_UPDATE_ON_BUILD=true -t [image name] .
This image has a simple script called
rbenv_ruby_rails created to help you with simple things like update the packages of this images and see the versions of them. It's location is
/usr/local/bin/ and you can see it's contents and make changes if you fell necessary.
- Inside the container execute:
- To see the content of this file you have some options, for example:
- Take a look on GitHub repository rbenv-ruby-rails
- Create a docker volume during creation of container
- execute the script inside the created container:
apt-get install -y nano nano /usr/local/bin/rbenv_ruby_rails