Docker images (services)¶
The docker-compose services are defined in the
Each service usually correspond to a language binding or an important service to
test with Arrow.
Services are configured with 2 local mounts,
/arrow for the top-level source
/build for caching build artifacts. The source level
directory mount can be paired with git checkout to test a specific commit. The
build mount is used for caching and sharing state between staged images.
c_glib: Builds the GLib bindings
cpp: Builds the C++ project
go: Builds the go project
java: Builds the Java project
python: Builds the python bindings
r: Builds the R bindings
rust: Builds the rust project
lint: Run various lint on the C++ sources
iwyu: Run include-what-you-use on the C++ sources
clang-format: Run clang-format on the C++ sources, modifying in place
clang-tidy: Run clang-tidy on the C++ sources, outputting recommendations
docs: Builds this documentation
You can build and run a service by using the build and run docker-compose sub-command, e.g. docker-compose build python && docker-compose run python. We do not publish the build images, you need to build them manually. This method requires the user to build the images in reverse dependency order. To simplify this, we provide a Makefile.
# Build and run manually docker-compose build cpp docker-compose build python docker-compose run python # Using the makefile with proper image dependency resolution make -f Makefile.docker python