Using docker as a development platform for nontrivial development environments sounds interesting.

This project is about learning basic docker handling, about exploring how to use it for simplifying development, and maybe (but just maybe) about providing ready-made docker containers for new team members.

Didn't you always want to develop on the latest YaST/libyui/libzypp stuff, but keep your good old openSUSE 11.3 with the good old KDE 3? This might be your chance. ;-)

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    • shundhammer
      over 2 years ago by shundhammer | Reply

      See also https://gist.github.com/lslezak/ebf13dbf584685b6b86f5f3cc57ab9e7

    • lslezak
      over 2 years ago by lslezak | Reply

      For YaST CI we use this image https://hub.docker.com/r/yastdevel/ruby/ (https://github.com/yast/docker-yast-ruby), adding some more development packages (like VIM or EMACS :-) ) should be easy.

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