Source code of the container image volkerraschek/createrepo
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README.md

createrepo-docker

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This project contains all sources to build the container image docker.io/volkerraschek/createrepo and the shell script createrepo.sh.

The primary goal of this project is to package the binary createrepo as container image to provide the functionally for CI/CD workflows or for systems which does contains the binary.

createrepo.sh

The shell script createrepo.sh is a wrapper for the binary createrepo, which is not available depending on the distribution. It starts the container image docker.io/volkerraschek/createrepo in the background to call the binary. For this reason, a container runtime like docker or podman is necessary.

Installation

The script can be installed via the following command:

curl https://git.cryptic.systems/volker.raschek/createrepo-docker/raw/branch/master/createrepo.sh --output - | sudo tee /usr/local/bin/createrepo.sh && sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/createrepo.sh

Usage

The script forwards all arguments directly to the binary running inside the container. For this reason, all arguments from the original binary can be used.

createrepo.sh --update .                  # Update local repository
createrepo.sh --update /var/www/my-repo   # Update repository based on specific path