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Re: master 152c7322c1: * lisp/net/tramp-docker.el: New file.

From: Brian Cully
Subject: Re: master 152c7322c1: * lisp/net/tramp-docker.el: New file.
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2022 14:17:00 -0400
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On 10/4/22 14:00, Michael Albinus wrote:
Brian Cully <bjc@spork.org> writes:

Hi Brian,

This is just a copy of the Docker docs, but s/docker/podman/. I'm not
really all that familiar with texinfo, so I hope this is okay.

I like to phrase the description for every method a little bit
different. What about

--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
Podman is a drop-in replacement for docker.  It runs rootless.  A
container is accessed via
@file{@trampfn{podman,user@@container,/path/to/file}}, where
@samp{user} is the (optional) user that you want to use, and
@samp{container} is the name or id of the container.
--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---


Best regards, Michael.

Podman is not always run rootless (I cannot, for instance, because my file system doesn't support openat2(2), which podman requires for rootless containers).

What about:

Podman is a docker alternative which may be run rootless, if desired. Files are accessed via …

It also looks like only the "docker" and "tramp" methods have examples given of their file names. Should those parts be removed?


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