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Devstep is incompatible with Docker as of Docker 1.12. This is because as of July 2017, Devstep hasn't been updated in over 2 years.
If you don't want to install the ruby package on your machine and you are familiar with Heroku you can use Devstep.
Devstep reuse the same buildpack as Heroku, in short Devstep will start a container and install wagon inside. If you want to drop wagon just drop the container, nothing have been install on your host. (Devstep demo video : https://vimeo.com/99482658)
First install Docker : https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/
Then install Devstep : http://fgrehm.viewdocs.io/devstep/cli/installation/
Now create a new project
mkdir MyPortfolio cd MyPortfolio devstep bootstrap -r devstep/MyPortfolio
Devstep will start and open a new container, now set the environnement type
build-project -b ruby reload-env
Now install wagon and bootstrap your new project
gem install locomotivecms_wagon wagon init . -t bootstrap bundle install
Your image and your project are ready, just exit the container to save the image (no more build until the next dev)
Image is ready, it's time to hack !
devstep hack -p 3333:3333
Now you are inside a container, with all dependencies installed, let's run wagon
bundle exec wagon serve
You can access to your website at http://localhost:3333
Note : Devstep can hack a lot of environments (python, js, go....)
If you already have a website project, you can simply start to hack with the following command
git clone https://github.com/myaccount/myproject cd myproject devstep build devstep hack -p 3333:3333
Enjoy it !
Updated almost 4 years ago