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"Automated installation and configuration of development environments" - for pt-BR support, please check out https://gitter.im/azukiapp/azk/pt
docker_extraso that Azkfile only validates if correct Docker API fields are supplied.
But if you want to remove docker_extra, I would do it in these steps:
_docker_extra, to indicate that it should not be used, but still give people some time to find alternate solutions
Depending on number of users currently using
docker_extra, you can skip a step or two.
apt-cachedoesn't show anything but latest in there.
v1.0I'm not too concerned when you break existing stuff version to version, but having easy way to back out of upgrade until I have time to adjust Azkfile is paramount. Otherwise, I gotta lock in on a specific version and then I will probably never get around to updating to newer version.
"User"override, I'm now leaning towards always using my own Dockerfiles instead of relying on anything on dockerhub - it will prevent hacks like this and guard me from version updates. I'm finding some docker images get updated on dockerhub even when i'm using a version specific tag - maintainers will reuse same tag, like say v5.1.2 will all of a sudden be applied to another image...