+++ title = “Extended Builds” description = “Build Hugo with Sass and Go CDK Deploy support.” categories = [“core”] tags = [“docker”, “container”, “sass”, “cloud”, “ci”] features = [“code highlighter”, “related content”] copyright owner = “Josh Habdas” date = “2019, 2020” license = “agpl-3.0-or-later” +++
After Dark ships with the ability to build Hugo from tagged-version source. Supply a version tag and let Docker Machine build you a high-performance extended Hugo build with integrated Sass and Go CDK deployment support.
To use install Docker then run the following command:
cd after-dark/docker/hugo && docker build .
Build container uses Alpine and includes
musl-dev for high-performance. Update the
HUGO_VERSION to get a specific Hugo release built. Upon successful build extract the resulting
hugo binary out of the scratch container like:
docker create -it --name temp f2b785583ce8 sh && \ sudo docker cp temp:/usr/local/bin/hugo /usr/local/bin && \ docker rm -fv temp
f2b785583ce8 is the scratch container’s Image ID and
/usr/local/bin is the destination on the host. Place executable in most appropriate directory.
For builds without Sass support enabled turn off
CGO_ENABLED, pass in a phony value to
BUILD_TAGS, create another build and give it a docker tag:
docker tag $(docker images -q | head -n 1) gohugoio/hugo:v0.61.0
It’s recommended at least 2GB of storage space is available when running builds. The resulting binary inside the scratch container is less than 50MB.