OpenEMR flex docker updated


(Brady Miller) #1

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated. This is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady


(Brady Miller) #2

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated (a redis bug was fixed). This docker is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady


(Stephen Waite) #3

thank you, very nice, just fired up flex-edge under the insane dev docker :rocket:


(Brady Miller) #4

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated (apache setting changes). This docker is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady


(Brady Miller) #5

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated (just a simple rebuild to use most recent alpine 3.9). This docker is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady


(Brady Miller) #6

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated (fix for php environment). This docker is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady


(Brady Miller) #7

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated (upgraded to Alpine 3.10 which is using php 7.3; also added sodium and calendar php extensions). This docker is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady


(Brady Miller) #8

Hi,

For developers. The OpenEMR flex docker has been updated (Alpine 3.10 updated to most recent packages and made samesite Strict a global php setting). This docker is used in the docker development environments. So, recommend updating your local flex docker via:
docker pull openemr/openemr:flex

-brady