Weekly Virtual Machine / Stack updates - 2018.01.13

stack-updates
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Highlights

Android/Linux stacks

Update: one more important change on the Linux/Android stacks: we changed the default docker image registry from https://hub.docker.com to https://quay.io

The images are identical (e.g. https://hub.docker.com/r/bitriseio/android-ndk/ and https://quay.io/repository/bitriseio/android-ndk) but from now we’ll use quay.io as the default registry instead of hub.docker.com

Of course the images are available in both registries, but if you build your own image on top of ours we suggest you to switch to our quay.io images as the base.

For reference these are the current pre-cached images on the Android/Docker/Ubuntu16 stack:

+ docker images
REPOSITORY                       TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
quay.io/bitriseio/android-ndk    latest              7d8b644eb156        4 hours ago         20.5GB
quay.io/bitriseio/android        latest              415222134aab        4 hours ago         17.6GB
quay.io/bitriseio/bitrise-base   latest              40c7e729a4ad        5 hours ago         1.93GB

Xcode stacks

  • No significant change

Visual Studio for Mac stacks

Hybrid stacks

  • No significant change

This week’s changes (diffs)

Stack System Reports

You can find the full system report of all of the available Stacks on GitHub: https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise.io/tree/master/system_reports.

If you’d like to add additional tools to be pre-installed you can find the instructions on GitHub, for both the Linux and for the macOS stacks.

Information about Stack types & update schedules can be found here: discuss.bitrise.io/t/281.

Happy Building!

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#2

All stacks passed our tests and ready for deploy on Saturday :rocket:

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#3

Update: one more important change on the Linux/Android stacks: we changed the default docker image registry from https://hub.docker.com to https://quay.io

The images are identical (e.g. https://hub.docker.com/r/bitriseio/android-ndk/ and https://quay.io/repository/bitriseio/android-ndk) but from now we’ll use quay.io as the default registry instead of hub.docker.com

Of course the images are available in both registries, but if you build your own image on top of ours we suggest you to switch to our quay.io images as the base.

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#4

New stacks deployed and are available in production :tada:

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