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Re: packaging lilypond as a docker container?

From: Michael Käppler
Subject: Re: packaging lilypond as a docker container?
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2020 17:01:49 +0100
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Would be happy to try the Dockerfile, since I've never used Docker
before and find
the concept interesting.
Could you push your changes to your LilyDev fork and/or file a pull
request against
Federico's repo?


Am 21.01.2020 um 16:47 schrieb Dan Eble:
On Jan 20, 2020, at 18:21, Karlin High <address@hidden> wrote:
There already is a LilyDev Docker image.


I tried it once, but was unable to get it working. It was my first and only 
experience with Docker, so that's probably my fault. I was also unmotivated to 
persevere . . .
I'm the original author and de-facto maintainer of that Dockerfile.  I assume 
I'm also the sole user, based on the lack of questions about it.

My experience is that it's more stable than VirtualBox, and I can more easily 
keep my source backed up (because it's in my host filesystem, not the VM 
filesystem), but the performance of accessing the host filesystem is mightily 
disappointing (unlike on Linux hosts).

If anyone is reading this and thinking of trying it, you might be better off 
encouraging me to publish some of the private changes I've been testing, rather 
than trying what's in Federico's repo.  I tend to slack off in that regard 
because no one is asking.

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