Hello all, this is related to my other post in which I’m trying desperately to get together an automated deployment of a dockerized program that pulls from a private git repo. I have pretty much given up on trying to clone from the repo in an automated way; it’s just being extremely uncooperative (probably mostly the fault of the repo).
The next best option would be simply to copy all of the packages from that repo into a docker image and be done with it. Thing is, when I use local packages, it seems to depend on the absolute path of the package. This is a problem, because once I put it into a docker that path changes. Is there currently any way to get
Pkg to know that the path should be relative to an environment variable rather than using the full path? I realize that I could create a build script that adds them relative to the environment variables, but that seems drastically more complicated than just doing
Pkg.instantiate(), so I’d really prefer to get it in there directly. I suppose I can always edit the manifest manually, but that would require me to maintain two copies of it which is a bit unpleasant as well.