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version 0.12 Release Announcement
We're pleased to announce the release of Buildah Alpha version 0.12
on both Fedora 26 and Fedora 27. As always, the latest Buildah can also
be acquired from GitHub for any other
The Buildah project has been building some steam over the past
several weeks, welcoming several new contributors to the mix, launching
new functionality and creating a number of improvements and bug fixes.
The major highlights for this release are:
- Added better handling of error messages for Unknown Dockerfile
- Set the default certificate directory to
- Vendored in the latest containers/image and containers/Storage
- The build-using-dockerfile (bud) command now sets the images
'author' field to the value provided by MAINTAINER in the
- Return exit code 1 when 'buildah rmi' fails.
- Improve lookups of a variety of image name formats.
- Adds the --format and --filter parameters to the 'buildah
- Adds the --prune,-p option to the 'buildah rmi' command allowing
dangling images to be pruned.
- Adds the --authfile parameter to the 'buildah commit' command.
- Fix the --runtime-flag for the 'buildah run' and 'buildah bud'
commands when global flags are used.
- The format parameter now overrides the quiet parameter for 'buildah
- Provide authentication parameters to the build-using-docker-file
- Directory permissions are no longer overwritten when using the
- HTML character output to the terminal is no longer escaped.
- The container name is now always set to the image's name.
- The username or password are prompted for if they are not supplied
with the --creds parameter.
- Return a better error message when bad credentials are used to pull
a private image.
- Plus several small bug fixes.
If you haven’t yet, install Buildah from the Fedora repository and
give it a spin. We’re betting you'll find it’s an easy and quick way to
build containers in your environment without a daemon being
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