I'm working on building a website in Go, which is hosted on my home server via docker.
What I'm trying to do: I make changes to my website/server locally, then push them to github. I'd like to write a dockerfile such that it pulls this data from my github, builds the image, which my docker-compose file will then use to create the container.
Unfortunately, all of my attempts have been somewhat close but wrong.
FROM golang:1.8-onbuild MAINTAINER <my info> RUN go get <my github url> ENV webserver_path /website/ ENV PATH $PATH: webserver_path COPY website/ . RUN go build . ENTRYPOINT ./website EXPOSE <ports>
This file is kind of a combination of a few small guides I found through google searches, but none quite gave me the information I needed and it never quite worked.
I'm hoping somebody with decent docker experience can just put a Dockerfile together for me to use as a guide so I can find what I'm doing wrong? I think what I'm looking for can be done in only a few lines, and mine is a little more verbose than needed.
ADDITIONAL BUT PROBABLY UNNECESSARY INFORMATION BELOW
Data: is where my go files are Sidenote: This was throwing me errors when trying to build image, something about not being in the environment path. Not sure if that is helpful
Static: CSS, JS, Images
TPL: go template files
Main.go: launches server/website