Docker is a container manager that can build images automatically by reading the instructions from a Dockerfile. A Dockerfile is a text document that contains all the commands you would normally execute manually in order to build a Docker image. By calling docker build from your terminal, you can have Docker build your image step-by-step, executing the instructions successively. Read more at

This library provides a typed OCaml interface to generating Dockerfiles programmatically without having to resort to lots of shell scripting and awk/sed-style assembly.

ocaml-dockerfile is distributed under the ISC license.


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Published: 07 Jun 2018

Dependencies (7)

  1. ocaml-migrate-parsetree < "2.0.0"
  2. astring
  3. cmdliner
  4. ocaml-version >= "0.3.0" & < "1.0.0"
  5. dockerfile >= "3.0.0"
  6. jbuilder >= "1.0+beta10"
  7. ocaml >= "4.02.3"

Reverse Dependencies (2)

  1. dockerfile-cmd < "6.6.0"
  2. obi