Normally Forge would build two containers for the above service, but if we specify the following in our service descriptor, then Forge will only build the root container:. The containers property can also be used to customize how containers are built.
For example, if the container in the module subdirectory needs access to files in the root of the project when being built, you can enable this by specifying the build context in service. The build context is specified as a path relative to the service root the directory containing the service. This will result in the following container builds:. Building your source code inside your docker container is a great way to have both a completely consistent and very portable build environment.
Unfortunately this can significantly slow down container build times with compiled languages, since every container build ends up doing a clean build of all your source code even if you only change a single line of code. Forge can be configured to perform incremental container builds for this sort of service thereby letting you enjoy significantly faster build times in a development context.
Then, by specifying the rebuild metadata for the container definition in our service descriptor, we can tell forge how to perform fast incremental rebuilds:.
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Forge performs incremental rebuilds by copying any modified files inside your container, executing a command, and then if the rebuild is successful snapshotting that container into an image. The rebuild metadata gives forge the necessary information to do this:. The sources property tells forge which files should be copied into your container.
You can specify individual files or directories.
The command property tells forge what command to execute inside the container in order to perform a rebuild. You can see a complete working example of this here.
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