Verified Commit 1520afb4 authored by Will Thompson's avatar Will Thompson 🐡

ci: document how to update the Docker image

By making run-docker.sh to `cd` to the correct directory, we don't need to
document that step.
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# CI support stuff
## Docker image
GitLab CI jobs run in a Docker image, defined here. To update that image
(perhaps to install some more packages):
1. Edit `.gitlab-ci/Dockerfile` with the changes you want
2. Edit `.gitlab-ci/run-docker.sh` and bump the version in `TAG`
3. Run `.gitlab-ci/run-docker.sh` to build the new image, and launch a shell
inside it
* When you're done, exit the shell in the usual way
4. Run `.gitlab-ci/run-docker.sh --push` to upload the new image to the GNOME
GitLab Docker registry
* If this is the first time you're doing this, you'll need to log into the
registry
* If you use 2-factor authentication on your GNOME GitLab account, you'll
need to [create a personal access token][pat] and use that rather than
your normal password
5. Edit `.gitlab-ci.yml` (in the root of this repository) to use your new
image
[pat]: https://gitlab.gnome.org/profile/personal_access_tokens
......@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@ set -e
TAG="registry.gitlab.gnome.org/gnome/glib/master:v10"
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
docker build --build-arg HOST_USER_ID="$UID" --tag "${TAG}" \
--file "Dockerfile" .
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