Before the move to the monorepo, each commit to on...
# ask-the-community
Before the move to the monorepo, each commit to one of the single repos (e.g.
) did create a new release there and publish an image. Does the same still happen in the monorepo? Asking because I would like to try a new change to
(this one). I’ve checked the github workflows, and while this job suggests an image would be built, a
docker pull <|>
results in a
Error response from daemon: manifest unknown
. I’m also seeing a
WARNING: No output specified with docker-container driver. Build result will only remain in the build cache. To push result image into registry use --push or to load image into docker use --load
at the end of the job
cc @Eduardo Apolinario (eapolinario)
no, we no longer build a images on merges to master, only on releases (which are human-controlled). We could go back to producing images using SHAs on merges to master. @Bernhard Stadlbauer, mind opening a gh issue to track this? Should be a relatively easy change.
Sure thing, issue is up here
Would there be more to it then a
in the workflow file? Happy to add a PR for that then as well
@Bernhard Stadlbauer, sorry for the delay! A push only in cases of merges to master would suffice.