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// Copyright 2016 bee authors
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"): you may
// not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
// a copy of the License at
// Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
// distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
// WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
// License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
// under the License.
package dockerize
import (
beeLogger ""
const dockerBuildTemplate = `FROM {{.BaseImage}}
# Godep for vendoring
RUN go get
# Recompile the standard library without CGO
RUN CGO_ENABLED=0 go install -a std
RUN mkdir -p $APP_DIR
# Set the entrypoint
ENTRYPOINT (cd $APP_DIR && ./{{.Entrypoint}})
# Compile the binary and statically link
RUN cd $APP_DIR && CGO_ENABLED=0 godep go build -ldflags '-d -w -s'
EXPOSE {{.Expose}}
// Dockerfile holds the information about the Docker container.
type Dockerfile struct {
BaseImage string
Appdir string
Entrypoint string
Expose string
var CmdDockerize = &commands.Command{
CustomFlags: true,
UsageLine: "dockerize",
Short: "Generates a Dockerfile for your Beego application",
Long: `Dockerize generates a Dockerfile for your Beego Web Application.
The Dockerfile will compile, get the dependencies with {{"godep"|bold}}, and set the entrypoint.
$ bee dockerize -expose="3000,80,25"
PreRun: func(cmd *commands.Command, args []string) { version.ShowShortVersionBanner() },
Run: dockerizeApp,
var (
expose string
baseImage string
func init() {
fs := flag.NewFlagSet("dockerize", flag.ContinueOnError)
fs.StringVar(&baseImage, "image", "library/golang", "Set the base image of the Docker container.")
fs.StringVar(&expose, "expose", "8080", "Port(s) to expose in the Docker container.")
CmdDockerize.Flag = *fs
commands.AvailableCommands = append(commands.AvailableCommands, CmdDockerize)
func dockerizeApp(cmd *commands.Command, args []string) int {
if err := cmd.Flag.Parse(args); err != nil {
beeLogger.Log.Fatalf("Error parsing flags: %v", err.Error())
beeLogger.Log.Info("Generating Dockerfile...")
gopath := os.Getenv("GOPATH")
dir, err := filepath.Abs(".")
if err != nil {
appdir := strings.Replace(dir, gopath, "", 1)
// In case of multiple ports to expose inside the container,
// replace all the commas with whitespaces.
// See the verb EXPOSE in the Docker documentation.
expose = strings.Replace(expose, ",", " ", -1)
_, entrypoint := path.Split(appdir)
dockerfile := Dockerfile{
BaseImage: baseImage,
Appdir: appdir,
Entrypoint: entrypoint,
Expose: expose,
return 0
func generateDockerfile(df Dockerfile) {
t := template.Must(template.New("dockerBuildTemplate").Parse(dockerBuildTemplate)).Funcs(utils.BeeFuncMap())
f, err := os.Create("Dockerfile")
if err != nil {
beeLogger.Log.Fatalf("Error writing Dockerfile: %v", err.Error())
defer utils.CloseFile(f)
t.Execute(f, df)
beeLogger.Log.Success("Dockerfile generated.")