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Getting Started Chedir is a Docker only feature and will not work on OpenShift/K8S! The Chedir getting started guide will walk you through your first Chedir project, and show the basic features Chedir has to offer. If you are curious what benefits Chedir has...
Chedir Installation Installing Chedir is extremely easy. Just get the Che CLI and you have everything you need to run Chedir on any operating system. Docker and Git Bash (installed by Docker) are required for the Che CLI. Backwards Compatibility Chedir...
Chedir Project Setup he first step in configuring a Che workspace from your directory is to create a Chefile. The purpose of the Chefile is to: 1. Mark the root directory that contains the source code to be mounted into your workspace. This directory will be used to create a single...
SSH You can use Chedir to SSH into the newly created workspace, whether it is local or remote. It does not matter what operating system that you are using, this technique also supports Microsoft Windows without having to install putty! docker run -it --rm...
Chedir Up and Down In the first version of Chedir, each Chedir directory maps to a single Che server containing a single workspace. That workspace can have multiple projects and source repositories that are part of it. You can boot both a Che server and a workspace (with its...
Chefile Getting Started You can create a Chefile and place it into the root of your repository. The Chefile contains the configuration that will be used to setup the Che server and Che workspace. # Usage docker run -it...
Creating Factories Creating a factory in the dashboard You can create a factory based on an existing workspace. You can also create factories based on a template or by pasting in a .factory.json file and then generating a factory URL using the Che CLI or...
Getting started with factories A factory is a template containing configuration to automate the generation of a new workspace using a factory identifier added to the IDE URL. Factories can be used to create replicas of existing workspaces or to automate the provisioning of statically or dynamically defined workspaces. ...
What Are Factories? Intro A factory is a concept that automates the generation or loading of a workspace using URLs. Factories make it possible to execute many of the automation capabilities contained within a Chefile, but in a purely remote syntax. Factories are...
Factories JSON Reference :page-layout: _auto A factory configuration is a JSON snippet either stored within Che or as a `.factory.json` file. You can create factories within the IDE using the Che URL syntax, within the dashboard, or on the command line with the API and CLI. [source,json] ---- factory : { "v" :...
Why Chedir? :page-layout: _auto Chedir provides easy to configure, reproducible and portable developer workspaces built on top of Docker and controlled by a single consistent workflow to help maximize the productivity and flexibility of you and your team. To achieve its magic, Chedir uses Eclipse Che and Docker. Workspaces are provisioned inside...