This is fairly beta stuff yet.
M-x composer to get started. If the directory contains a
docker-compose.yml file, that will be used, unless the prefix argument is
C-u M-x composer in which case a directory is prompted.
...more to come.
As usual, type C-h m (
describe-mode) in the composer window to see
the available bindings.
There are two ways of interacting with the container list: either mark
containers and then hit x to execute the actions, or use the upper
case variant of the command to execute the command directly on that
container. Marking is similar to the user interface in
M-x list-packages, the
corresponding action is inserted on the left margin.
For example, hitting d on a container and then s on another will initially do nothing. Only after hitting x (execute) will stop and start the marked containers, respectively.
|x||Execute marked actions|
|d||Mark container for stopping|
|s||Mark container for starting|
|u||Mark container for up|
|k||Mark container for kill|
The order in which these actions are executed are as follows:
These operate on the containers directly. Any marked actions are removed.
|D||Stop a container|
|S||Start a container|
|U||Up a container|
|P||Pause/unpause a container|
|K||Kill a container.|