nfra/kicker

v1.5.1 2021-02-20 09:25 UTC

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Last update: 2021-02-20 09:27:27 UTC


README

This is an internal project.

This Project is part of the *kickstart-flavor- ** projects

.kick.yml Reference

version: 1
from: "from/docker-image"

config_file:
  template: "config.php.dist"
  target: "config.php"

# Install packages via apt-get
packages: [package1, package2]

# Set Environment Variables
env:
  - SOME_ENV=Some value 
  - PATH="/some/path:$PATH"
  - "SOME_ENV=${SOME_ENV:-defaultValue}"      # Define default environment

command:
    command_name1:
      - "script to exec (as user)"
        
    command_shell: |
      if [ -f /some/file ]; then
         echo "file found"
      fi;
      
     

Config file writer

kicker can replace values from environment in your config files. Just define a template and a target in your .kick.yml:

config_file:
  template: "test/test.in.txt"
  target: "/tmp/test.out.txt"

The action kick write_config_files will take the template-file, replace placeholders and write it to target on each start of the container.

Placeholders are:

%NAME_OF_REQUIRED_ENV%

Optional with default value:

%ENV_NAME?default_value%

Attention: The placeholder will be replaced by the shell-escaped value of the environment. But it won't add quotes around the value!

To correctly handle values, you should quote every placeholder:

define ("SOME_CONSTANT", "%ENV_NAME?default_value%");

Config Template

Server Configuration can be stored in .kicker/conf/<path>. If this directory is present, all contents will be parsed and copied to the dedicated subfolder in the containers root file system.