Sorry if my provocation wasn't that small, I intended to.
Podman is for a newbie like English for a none native speaker. It is
easy to do first steps, but until you are really experienced there are
lots of traps to step in.
The point I wanted to express was, "It is nice that podman plays
kube.yaml. But how to get the file to play?"
- There seem to bee no automatic way to translate ONE composer.yaml into
ONE kube.yaml. 'Kubernetes kompose' generates multiple and quire verbose
- If someone is able to write his own kube.yaml, he will have probably
no more need for help in converting a composer file.
Again, it was never my intention to criticize your work. But sometimes
even 'good men' do forget that others may not have the same full
featured background of knowledge.
Am 09.09.19 um 16:23 schrieb Brent Baude:
> I do think my response is applicable. I'm sorry you feel differently.
> To use podman generate kube and podman play kube, you don't need to
> know any kubernetes. Podman generate simply takes your container or
> pod and "records" it in kube yaml; and podman play simply replays it
> the way it was recorded. You don't need to have any kubernetes
> That said, you are correct that it is a different workflow and does not
> cover all container and pod abilities. We are always trying to close
> the gap there.
> I wish you the best of luck!