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Go Docker images
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go-docker-images

Docker images for Go.

brew-go

Docker image with Go installed using brew on Linux. Useful for testing that Go tools and programs behave properly on systems that have installed Go using brew. The Go installation in this contianer is similar to the installation that occurs for Go using brew on Darwin systems.

alpine-go-1.6, alpine-go-1.7.5, alpine-go-1.8.0

Docker images based on golang:<version>-alpine images that also have bash, git and openssl installed.

alpine-go-1.7-1.8

A combination of the golang:1.7-alpine and golang:1.8-alpine images. The Go 1.7 directory is in /usr/local/go-1.7 and the Go 1.8 directory is in /usr/local/go-1.8. The GOROOT is /usr/local/go, and /usr/local/go is a symlink to /usr/local/go-1.8.

go-1.7-1.8

A combination of the golang:1.7 and golang:1.8 images. The Go 1.7 directory is in /usr/local/go-1.7 and the Go 1.8 directory is in /usr/local/go-1.8. The GOROOT is /usr/local/go, and /usr/local/go is a symlink to /usr/local/go-1.8.

go-1.8-rpm-fpm

Docker image based on golang:1.8 that also has rpm and fpm installed. The user creates a user called gouser. By default, this user is not used (the container is still run as root by default). However, the image contains a script called /run-as-gouser.sh that can be used to run the provided commands as gouser. The USER_ID environment variable can be used to set the UID of gouser.

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