A shell script framework for Docker
ds [-x] [@<container>] <command> [<arg>...]
DockerScripts is a shell script framework for Docker.
Each container is like a virtual machine that has an application installed inside. Each container has a base directory where the settings of the container are stored (in the file settings.sh). The command ds picks the parameters that it needs from the file settings.sh in the container's directory.
Normally the commands are issued from inside the container's directory, however the option @<container> can be used to specify the context of the command.
The option -x can be used for debugging.
15 September 2017
Leaders and contributors
|Dashamir Hoxha (Dasho)||Author|
Resources and communication
|VCS Repository Webview||https://github.com/docker-scripts/ds|
|Required to use||bash|
|Required to use||docker|
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