Script pour lancer Gissmo dans un Docker (application github.com/eost/gissmo/)
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README.md

Gissmo Launch Script

This script, called Gissmo Launcher, aims to manage Docker containers while working on Gissmo project (Cf. https://github.com/eost/gissmo/).

It’s not a part of previous Github’s branch because it’s only for Docker use.

Requirements

I suggest you to check these points befaure using Gissmo Launcher:

  • docker
  • bash (Bourne Again Shell)
  • tput command (try which tput to know if you have it)
  • a default configuration file to give Gissmo Launcher some data

Note: This script was done on Ubuntu. If you use another operating system, some commands will not work. For an example launch.sh init.

Configuration file

A configuration example is available here: config.example.

Gissmo Launch Script search a file called config located in XDG_CONFIG_HOME.

If not, it searches this file: .config/gissmo located in your home directory.

Usage

Just do:

./launch.sh

It will display you a list of available commands.

Examples

Here is an example on how I frequently use Gissmo Launcher:

launch.sh init
launch.sh create
launch.sh restore ~/2015.05.06.dump
launch.sh migrate
launch.sh dev
launch.sh stop
launch.sh start python manage.py shell
launch.sh stop

A different configuration file

If you want to use another configuration file than current, use the GISSMO_CFG variable as:

GISSMO_CFG=~/new_config launch.sh

It will use new_config file instead.

License

This tool is under WTFPL – Do What the Fuck You Want to Public License.