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Small implementation of Docker for BashOOP.
You can generate the documentation using my BashDocGenerator.
How to use
Import the library:
. $OOP_ROOT/oop.sh importNamespace "path/to/Docker.shn"
Note: The guides require to know how to use BashOOP Objects.
You can store several docker containers in a single Docker.Container object.
The way it's constructed is using keywords that acts as filter for all current Docker containers (both running and stopped).
Find all stopped containers based on the image ubuntu:14:04 :
Docker.Container c with_image "ubuntu:14.04" stopped
Note: If you're executing this as a non root user, you may be prompted for your account password in order to access docker data.
A list of all filters can be found in the documentation.
You can see if any object was found using
$c.found, and the count of containers found using
You can then access their properties like you would any other object:
# Their container name $c.name # Their container id $c.id # Their base image $c.image # Amongst others... # And assign them: names="$($c.name)"
Note: When several containers are matched, the value for each container will be put on a new line.