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Published: Mar 21, 2019 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 0 Imported by: 0

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image is a set of Go libraries aimed at working in various way with containers' images and container image registries.

The containers/image library allows application to pull and push images from container image registries, like the upstream docker registry. It also implements "simple image signing".

The containers/image library also allows you to inspect a repository on a container registry without pulling down the image. This means it fetches the repository's manifest and it is able to show you a docker inspect-like json output about a whole repository or a tag. This library, in contrast to docker inspect, helps you gather useful information about a repository or a tag without requiring you to run docker pull.

The containers/image library also allows you to translate from one image format to another, for example docker container images to OCI images. It also allows you to copy container images between various registries, possibly converting them as necessary, and to sign and verify images.

Command-line usage

The containers/image project is only a library with no user interface; you can either incorporate it into your Go programs, or use the skopeo tool:

The skopeo tool uses the containers/image library and takes advantage of many of its features, e.g. skopeo copy exposes the containers/image/copy.Image functionality.

Dependencies

This library does not ship a committed version of its dependencies in a vendor subdirectory. This is so you can make well-informed decisions about which libraries you should use with this package in your own projects, and because types defined in the vendor directory would be impossible to use from your projects.

What this project tests against dependencies-wise is located in vendor.conf.

Building

If you want to see what the library can do, or an example of how it is called, consider starting with the skopeo tool instead.

To integrate this library into your project, put it into $GOPATH or use your preferred vendoring tool to include a copy in your project. Ensure that the dependencies documented in vendor.conf are also available (using those exact versions or different versions of your choosing).

This library, by default, also depends on the GpgME and libostree C libraries. Either install them:

Fedora$ dnf install gpgme-devel libassuan-devel ostree-devel
macOS$ brew install gpgme

or use the build tags described below to avoid the dependencies (e.g. using go build -tags …)

Supported build tags
  • containers_image_openpgp: Use a Golang-only OpenPGP implementation for signature verification instead of the default cgo/gpgme-based implementation; the primary downside is that creating new signatures with the Golang-only implementation is not supported.
  • containers_image_ostree_stub: Instead of importing ostree: transport in github.com/containers/image/transports/alltransports, use a stub which reports that the transport is not supported. This allows building the library without requiring the libostree development libraries. The github.com/containers/image/ostree package is completely disabled and impossible to import when this build tag is in use.

Contributing

Information about contributing to this project.

When developing this library, please use make (or make … BUILDTAGS=…) to take advantage of the tests and validation.

License

Apache License 2.0

SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0

Contact

  • Mailing list: containers-dev
  • IRC: #container-projects on freenode.net

Documentation

Overview

Package image provides libraries and commands to interact with containers images.

package main

import (
 	"context"
	"fmt"

	"github.com/containers/image/docker"
)

func main() {
	ref, err := docker.ParseReference("//fedora")
	if err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}
	ctx := context.Background()
	img, err := ref.NewImage(ctx, nil)
	if err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}
	defer img.Close()
	b, _, err := img.Manifest(ctx)
	if err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}
	fmt.Printf("%s", string(b))
}

TODO(runcom)

Source Files

Directories

Path Synopsis
reference
Package reference provides a general type to represent any way of referencing images within the registry.
Package reference provides a general type to represent any way of referencing images within the registry.
tarfile
Package tarfile is an internal implementation detail of some transports.
Package tarfile is an internal implementation detail of some transports.
Package image consolidates knowledge about various container image formats (as opposed to image storage mechanisms, which are handled by types.ImageSource) and exposes all of them using an unified interface.
Package image consolidates knowledge about various container image formats (as opposed to image storage mechanisms, which are handled by types.ImageSource) and exposes all of them using an unified interface.
oci
pkg
blobinfocache/boltdb
Package boltdb implements a BlobInfoCache backed by BoltDB.
Package boltdb implements a BlobInfoCache backed by BoltDB.
blobinfocache/memory
Package memory implements an in-memory BlobInfoCache.
Package memory implements an in-memory BlobInfoCache.
blobinfocache/none
Package none implements a dummy BlobInfoCache which records no data.
Package none implements a dummy BlobInfoCache which records no data.
Package tarball provides a way to generate images using one or more layer tarballs and an optional template configuration.
Package tarball provides a way to generate images using one or more layer tarballs and an optional template configuration.
internal
testing/explicitfilepath-tmpdir
Package tmpdir is a TESTING-ONLY utility.
Package tmpdir is a TESTING-ONLY utility.

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