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Yes, it is finally here. A user-friendly interface to Docker, letting you run containers within your plug-ins in no time.

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It's finally here! Icy's very own interface to Docker, letting you run containers within your plug-ins in a developer-friendly way.

This plug-in is a high-level interface to docker-java, Docker's official Java API. It lets you easily connect to your local Docker installation, create a container and run commands in it directly within Icy.

How to use

This plug-in provides an API called "DockerUtil" that provides high-level functions to start and run docker containers. To get a quick overview of the (minimalist, but effective) API, install the plug-in (e.g. via the almighty search bar), open-up a script editor (e.g. Javascript mode), start typing "Docker" until the auto-completion pops up and offers "DockerUtil", hit the dot and "voila".

Example (Java)script:

importClass(Packages.plugins.adufour.docker.DockerUtil)
alpine = DockerUtil.startContainer("gliderlabs/alpine")
DockerUtil.runCommand(alpine, "echo hello Icy world!")
DockerUtil.stopContainer(alpine)

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  • Version 1.0.1.0 • Released on: 2018-07-19 15:13:22
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    Description:

    Added compatibility with java 7

  • Version 1.0.0.0 • Released on: 2017-09-12 10:34:32
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    Description:

    Attempting to fix an issue when running over a network share

  • Version 0.0.1.0 • Released on: 2017-09-11 18:04:31
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