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dockerit v0.0.5 (Easier than docker run)

dockerit is a small CLI tool that I have been working on during the start of 2021. It’s intended to make running one off commands and CLI tooling easier in docker. Rather than having to write a long string of parameters for docker run, instead you can just use dockerit. This applies to both CLI usage, but also via bash aliases.

You can download a build binary of dockerit from the Github releases page.

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Go Docker SDK, Raw Terminal Ctrl+C handling

I spent my weekend in working on a new project called dockerit. It’s a simple wrapper around Docker written in Go and making use of the Docker SDK.

One of the biggest sticking points for me, being fairly new with the Golang world, was trying to pass stdin stdout and stderr between the container and host terminal correctly, while also having good performance and doing the expected things (like Ctrl+C to cancel).

The full code for setting up and, interacting with and removing my container can be found here. The main steps are broken down below.

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Simple Go defer code example

In Go, a defer statement will execute a function call just before the function it is called from returns.

I found that most of the examples of a Go defer call online seemed to do complicated things with numbers. So here is a nice simple example with just text output.

Example

You can run this code yourself in The Go Playground! You can also find a similar example in the Go Tour.

package main import ( "fmt" ) func main() { // This will output first (in order) fmt.Println("One") // This will output last (before this function finishes) defer fmt.Println("Two") // This will be called before the above defer call "Two" secondary() } func secondary() { // This will output after Four (before this function finishes) defer fmt.Println("Three") // This will output (in order) fmt.Println("Four") }
Code language: JavaScript (javascript)
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