Dancing with Docker, trying to wrap a Django app in a container in a *nice way*. Like, not having dev dependencies in the runtime image, but still being able to test things.

It's still too fragile and feels too much like a research. It has to have been solved by now…

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@grainloom it's not Docker that's lacking here, it's tooling. Like, there's no official straightforward way to build and test your project and then take out only the parts that are needed in run-time. There are *ways* to do it, but I haven't found the one that wouldn't suck.

Mostly people don't bother and just wrap the entire working directory with everything in it.

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