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  1. .binary
  2. .binary-setup
  3. .build-deb/
  4. .build-rpm/
  5. .detect-daemon-osarch
  6. .ensure-emptyfs
  7. .go-autogen
  8. .go-autogen.ps1
  9. .integration-daemon-setup
  10. .integration-daemon-start
  11. .integration-daemon-stop
  12. .integration-test-helpers
  13. .resources-windows/
  14. README.md
  15. binary
  16. binary-client
  17. binary-daemon
  18. build-deb
  19. build-integration-test-binary
  20. build-rpm
  21. clean-apt-repo
  22. clean-yum-repo
  23. cover
  24. cross
  25. dynbinary
  26. dynbinary-client
  27. dynbinary-daemon
  28. generate-index-listing
  29. install-binary
  30. install-binary-client
  31. install-binary-daemon
  32. install-script
  33. release-deb
  34. release-rpm
  35. run
  36. sign-repos
  37. test-deb-install
  38. test-docker-py
  39. test-install-script
  40. test-integration-cli
  41. test-integration-shell
  42. test-old-apt-repo
  43. test-unit
  44. tgz
  45. ubuntu
  46. update-apt-repo
  47. win
vendor/github.com/docker/docker/hack/make/README.md

This directory holds scripts called by make.sh in the parent directory.

Each script is named after the bundle it creates. They should not be called directly - instead, pass it as argument to make.sh, for example:

./hack/make.sh test
./hack/make.sh binary ubuntu

# Or to run all bundles:
./hack/make.sh

To add a bundle:

  • Create a shell-compatible file here
  • Add it to $DEFAULT_BUNDLES in make.sh