What would you ever need support for
docker-compose up -d for? And furthermore, why would that fail? For that to happen, some element of the underlying system such as
apt and their repos would have to fail, right? It is nothing more than a system built around the packages and software discourse provide. It is subordinate to discourse, not the other way around.
What is bitnami doing in their compose that is any different than what
launcher does? It’s simply doing what you would already do, automating the steps you have to follow with
launcher in a more docker-native way sure.
I’m not clairvoyant and wouldn’t like to predict the future, but all docker-compose is doing is acting as a much more reliable bash script. I could do all of this with a bash script, it would be 100 lines long and filled with docker commands, and I’m certain you’d still support me and my very silly, unmaintainable and pointless bash script. What’s the issue here? Why does slapping “docker-compose” into the sentence put into the “not supported” category?