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package builder

import ""

Package builder defines interfaces for any Docker builder to implement.

Historically, only server-side Dockerfile interpreters existed. This package allows for other implementations of Docker builders.


Package Files

builder.go context.go context_unix.go dockerignore.go git.go remote.go tarsum.go


const (
    // DefaultDockerfileName is the Default filename with Docker commands, read by docker build
    DefaultDockerfileName string = "Dockerfile"

func GetContextFromGitURL Uses

func GetContextFromGitURL(gitURL, dockerfileName string) (absContextDir, relDockerfile string, err error)

GetContextFromGitURL uses a Git URL as context for a `docker build`. The git repo is cloned into a temporary directory used as the context directory. Returns the absolute path to the temporary context directory, the relative path of the dockerfile in that context directory, and a non-nil error on success.

func GetContextFromLocalDir Uses

func GetContextFromLocalDir(localDir, dockerfileName string) (absContextDir, relDockerfile string, err error)

GetContextFromLocalDir uses the given local directory as context for a `docker build`. Returns the absolute path to the local context directory, the relative path of the dockerfile in that context directory, and a non-nil error on success.

func GetContextFromReader Uses

func GetContextFromReader(r io.ReadCloser, dockerfileName string) (out io.ReadCloser, relDockerfile string, err error)

GetContextFromReader will read the contents of the given reader as either a Dockerfile or tar archive. Returns a tar archive used as a context and a path to the Dockerfile inside the tar.

func GetContextFromURL Uses

func GetContextFromURL(out io.Writer, remoteURL, dockerfileName string) (io.ReadCloser, string, error)

GetContextFromURL uses a remote URL as context for a `docker build`. The remote resource is downloaded as either a Dockerfile or a tar archive. Returns the tar archive used for the context and a path of the dockerfile inside the tar.

func ValidateContextDirectory Uses

func ValidateContextDirectory(srcPath string, excludes []string) error

ValidateContextDirectory checks if all the contents of the directory can be read and returns an error if some files can't be read symlinks which point to non-existing files don't trigger an error

type Backend Uses

type Backend interface {

    // GetImageOnBuild looks up a Docker image referenced by `name`.
    GetImageOnBuild(name string) (Image, error)
    // TagImage tags an image with newTag
    TagImageWithReference(image.ID, reference.Named) error
    // PullOnBuild tells Docker to pull image referenced by `name`.
    PullOnBuild(ctx context.Context, name string, authConfigs map[string]types.AuthConfig, output io.Writer) (Image, error)
    // ContainerAttachRaw attaches to container.
    ContainerAttachRaw(cID string, stdin io.ReadCloser, stdout, stderr io.Writer, stream bool) error
    // ContainerCreate creates a new Docker container and returns potential warnings
    ContainerCreate(types.ContainerCreateConfig) (types.ContainerCreateResponse, error)
    // ContainerRm removes a container specified by `id`.
    ContainerRm(name string, config *types.ContainerRmConfig) error
    // Commit creates a new Docker image from an existing Docker container.
    Commit(string, *backend.ContainerCommitConfig) (string, error)
    // ContainerKill stops the container execution abruptly.
    ContainerKill(containerID string, sig uint64) error
    // ContainerStart starts a new container
    ContainerStart(containerID string, hostConfig *container.HostConfig) error
    // ContainerWait stops processing until the given container is stopped.
    ContainerWait(containerID string, timeout time.Duration) (int, error)
    // ContainerUpdateCmdOnBuild updates container.Path and container.Args
    ContainerUpdateCmdOnBuild(containerID string, cmd []string) error

    // ContainerCopy copies/extracts a source FileInfo to a destination path inside a container
    // specified by a container object.
    // TODO: make an Extract method instead of passing `decompress`
    // TODO: do not pass a FileInfo, instead refactor the archive package to export a Walk function that can be used
    // with Context.Walk
    //ContainerCopy(name string, res string) (io.ReadCloser, error)
    // TODO: use copyBackend api
    CopyOnBuild(containerID string, destPath string, src FileInfo, decompress bool) error

Backend abstracts calls to a Docker Daemon.

type Context Uses

type Context interface {
    // Close allows to signal that the filesystem tree won't be used anymore.
    // For Context implementations using a temporary directory, it is recommended to
    // delete the temporary directory in Close().
    Close() error
    // Stat returns an entry corresponding to path if any.
    // It is recommended to return an error if path was not found.
    // If path is a symlink it also returns the path to the target file.
    Stat(path string) (string, FileInfo, error)
    // Open opens path from the context and returns a readable stream of it.
    Open(path string) (io.ReadCloser, error)
    // Walk walks the tree of the context with the function passed to it.
    Walk(root string, walkFn WalkFunc) error

Context represents a file system tree.

type DockerIgnoreContext Uses

type DockerIgnoreContext struct {

DockerIgnoreContext wraps a ModifiableContext to add a method for handling the .dockerignore file at the root of the context.

func (DockerIgnoreContext) Process Uses

func (c DockerIgnoreContext) Process(filesToRemove []string) error

Process reads the .dockerignore file at the root of the embedded context. If .dockerignore does not exist in the context, then nil is returned.

It can take a list of files to be removed after .dockerignore is removed. This is used for server-side implementations of builders that need to send the .dockerignore file as well as the special files specified in filesToRemove, but expect them to be excluded from the context after they were processed.

For example, server-side Dockerfile builders are expected to pass in the name of the Dockerfile to be removed after it was parsed.

TODO: Don't require a ModifiableContext (use Context instead) and don't remove files, instead handle a list of files to be excluded from the context.

type FileInfo Uses

type FileInfo interface {
    Path() string

FileInfo extends os.FileInfo to allow retrieving an absolute path to the file. TODO: remove this interface once pkg/archive exposes a walk function that Context can use.

type Hashed Uses

type Hashed interface {
    // Hash returns the hash of a file.
    Hash() string

Hashed defines an extra method intended for implementations of os.FileInfo.

type HashedFileInfo Uses

type HashedFileInfo struct {
    // FileHash represents the hash of a file.
    FileHash string

HashedFileInfo is a convenient struct that augments FileInfo with a field.

func (HashedFileInfo) Hash Uses

func (fi HashedFileInfo) Hash() string

Hash returns the hash of a file.

func (*HashedFileInfo) SetHash Uses

func (fi *HashedFileInfo) SetHash(h string)

SetHash sets the hash of a file.

type Image Uses

type Image interface {
    ImageID() string
    RunConfig() *container.Config

Image represents a Docker image used by the builder.

type ImageCache Uses

type ImageCache interface {
    // GetCachedImageOnBuild returns a reference to a cached image whose parent equals `parent`
    // and runconfig equals `cfg`. A cache miss is expected to return an empty ID and a nil error.
    GetCachedImageOnBuild(parentID string, cfg *container.Config) (imageID string, err error)

ImageCache abstracts an image cache store. (parent image, child runconfig) -> child image

type ModifiableContext Uses

type ModifiableContext interface {
    // Remove deletes the entry specified by `path`.
    // It is usual for directory entries to delete all its subentries.
    Remove(path string) error

ModifiableContext represents a modifiable Context. TODO: remove this interface once we can get rid of Remove()

func DetectContextFromRemoteURL Uses

func DetectContextFromRemoteURL(r io.ReadCloser, remoteURL string, createProgressReader func(in io.ReadCloser) io.ReadCloser) (context ModifiableContext, dockerfileName string, err error)

DetectContextFromRemoteURL returns a context and in certain cases the name of the dockerfile to be used irrespective of user input. progressReader is only used if remoteURL is actually a URL (not empty, and not a Git endpoint).

func MakeGitContext Uses

func MakeGitContext(gitURL string) (ModifiableContext, error)

MakeGitContext returns a Context from gitURL that is cloned in a temporary directory.

func MakeRemoteContext Uses

func MakeRemoteContext(remoteURL string, contentTypeHandlers map[string]func(io.ReadCloser) (io.ReadCloser, error)) (ModifiableContext, error)

MakeRemoteContext downloads a context from remoteURL and returns it.

If contentTypeHandlers is non-nil, then the Content-Type header is read along with a maximum of maxPreambleLength bytes from the body to help detecting the MIME type. Look at acceptableRemoteMIME for more details.

If a match is found, then the body is sent to the contentType handler and a (potentially compressed) tar stream is expected to be returned. If no match is found, it is assumed the body is a tar stream (compressed or not). In either case, an (assumed) tar stream is passed to MakeTarSumContext whose result is returned.

func MakeTarSumContext Uses

func MakeTarSumContext(tarStream io.Reader) (ModifiableContext, error)

MakeTarSumContext returns a build Context from a tar stream.

It extracts the tar stream to a temporary folder that is deleted as soon as the Context is closed. As the extraction happens, a tarsum is calculated for every file, and the set of all those sums then becomes the source of truth for all operations on this Context.

Closing tarStream has to be done by the caller.

type PathFileInfo Uses

type PathFileInfo struct {
    // FilePath holds the absolute path to the file.
    FilePath string
    // Name holds the basename for the file.
    FileName string

PathFileInfo is a convenience struct that implements the FileInfo interface.

func (PathFileInfo) Name Uses

func (fi PathFileInfo) Name() string

Name returns the basename of the file.

func (PathFileInfo) Path Uses

func (fi PathFileInfo) Path() string

Path returns the absolute path to the file.

type WalkFunc Uses

type WalkFunc func(path string, fi FileInfo, err error) error

WalkFunc is the type of the function called for each file or directory visited by Context.Walk().


dockerfilePackage dockerfile is the evaluation step in the Dockerfile parse/evaluate pipeline.
dockerfile/commandPackage command contains the set of Dockerfile commands.
dockerfile/parserPackage parser implements a parser and parse tree dumper for Dockerfiles.

Package builder imports 31 packages (graph). Updated 2017-06-13. Refresh now. Tools for package owners. This is a dead-end fork (no commits since the fork).