Pack - v0.0.5
pack CLI now includes the ability to specify a local buildpack on
pack build to shorten feedback loops when you are developing your own cloud native buildpacks. The local buildpack must be a directory, and the path to the buildpack must be specified with the
Additionally, you can now swap out your run image with a new version without rebuilding your entire application image using
pack rebase. With
pack rebase --publish, the rebasing happens entirely on the registry, without needing a local copy of the run image.
- Download the
tar.gzfile for your platform
- Extract the
- (Optional) Add the path to the binary to
PATH, or copy the binary into
Run the command
You should see the following output
Usage: pack [command] Available Commands: add-stack build create-builder delete-stack help Help about any command rebase run set-default-stack update-stack version Flags: -h, --help help for pack Use "pack [command] --help" for more information about a command.
- Ability to swap out base stack - https://github.com/buildpack/roadmap/issues/2
- Ability to specify which buildpack you want to use - https://github.com/buildpack/pack/issues/25
- Ability to see what version of the CLI you are running - https://github.com/buildpack/pack/issues/43
- Ability to set default stack - https://github.com/buildpack/pack/issues/38
- Support for windows version - https://github.com/buildpack/pack/issues/29
Oct. 25, 2018, 4:46 p.m.
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