OpenHarmony Docker Image

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OpenHarmony Docker Image

Docker Image

This document provides guidance on building the Docker image for mini- and small-system devices. For details about how to build the Docker image for standard-system devices, see OpenHarmony Docker Image

The Docker image of OpenHarmony is hosted on HUAWEI Cloud SWR. Using the Docker image will help simplify environment configurations needed for the building. The following table lists container-based options needed for building in the standalone Docker environment.

Docker Image Repository Tag Description
swr.cn-south-1.myhuaweicloud.com/openharmony-docker/openharmony-docker 0.0.5 The HarmonyOSOpenHarmony build environment has been pre-installed. This repository applies to Mini-System Devices (reference memory ≥ 128 KB) and Small-System Devices (reference memory ≥ 1 MB).

Usage

After configuring the development environments, perform the steps below to access the Docker environment. The following steps use Ubuntu as an example (Windows is also supported).

Method 1: Obtaining the Docker image from HuaweiCloud SWR

  1. Obtain the Docker image.
    docker pull swr.cn-south-1.myhuaweicloud.com/openharmony-docker/openharmony-docker:0.0.5
    
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  2. Go to the root directory of OpenHarmony code and run the following command to access the Docker build environment:
    docker run -it -v $(pwd):/home/openharmony swr.cn-south-1.myhuaweicloud.com/openharmony-docker/openharmony-docker:0.0.5
    
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  3. Run the following script to start building for different platforms.
    hb set # Set the working directory.
    . # Enter the directory where the source code is stored. If the code is stored in the current directory, enter a period (.).
    Press the Up or Down key to select the platform to build on, then press Enter.
    hb build -f # Start building.
    
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Method 2: Using the Dockerfile to Build a Local Docker Image

  1. Obtain the Dockerfile script for a local Docker image.
    git clone https://gitee.com/openharmony/docs.git
    
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  2. Go to the directory of the Dockerfile code and run the following command to build the Docker image:
    cd docs/docker
    ./build.sh
    
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  3. Go to the root directory of OpenHarmony code and run the following command to access the Docker build environment:
    docker run -it -v $(pwd):/home/openharmony openharmony-docker:0.0.5
    
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  4. Run the following script to start building for different platforms.
    hb set # Set the working directory.
    . # Enter the directory where the source code is stored. If the code is stored in the current directory, enter a period (.).
    Press the Up or Down key to select the platform to build on, then press Enter.
    hb build -f # Start building.
    
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