I am building some docker image which looks like this:
# start by pulling the python image FROM python:3.10.9-slim-buster # copy the requirements file into the image COPY ./requirements.txt /app/requirements.txt # switch working directory WORKDIR /app # tryna fix error with pip install -r requirements.txt below RUN pip install wheel setuptools pip --upgrade # install the dependencies and packages in the requirements file RUN pip install -r requirements.txt # copy every content from the local file to the image COPY . /app # configure the container to run in an executed manner ENTRYPOINT [ "python" ] CMD ["app.py"]
I would like to see something like this when the build is running command “RUN pip install -r requirements.txt”:
How can I see in real-time the process of python packages installation?
It would really make it easier to understand what creates error during this step of the build.