Dockerfiles to make cirrusci/flutter based docker containers for building Desktop flutter apps for Linux and Windows
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Docker containers for performing Flutter desktop builds

Dockerfiles @ git.openprivacy.ca/openprivacy/flutter-desktop

These docker containers are built on containers from cirrusci (cirruslabs).

  • linux-fstable-2.5.3 is cirrusci/flutter:2.5.3 + apt installing the needed utils
  • linux-fdev2.5-rc is cirrusci/flutter:2.5.0-6pre + apt installing the needed utils
  • linux-fdev2.2-rc is cirrusci/flutter:2.2 rc + apt installing the needed utils
  • linux-dev is cirrusci/flutter:2.2 rc + apt installing the needed utils
  • windows-sdk30-fstable2.5.3 is cirrusci/android-sdk:30-windowsservercore-2019 with Visual Studio 16, Flutter dev (2.5.3), and Google Root cert gtsr1 (for future proofing pub get)
  • windows-dev-sdk30-fdev2.5rc is cirrusci/android-sdk:30-windowsservercore-2019 with Visual Studio 16, Flutter dev (2.5rc), and Google Root cert gtsr1 (for future proofing pub get)
  • windows-dev-sdk30-fdev2.3rc is cirrusci/android-sdk:30-windowsservercore-2019 with Visual Studio 16, Flutter dev (2.3rc), and Google Root cert gtsr1 (for future proofing pub get)
  • windows-dev-sdk30-fdev2.2rc is cirrusci/android-sdk:30-windowsservercore-2019 with Visual Studio 16, and Flutter dev (2.2rc)

These docker containers are both being used with Drone CI to build Flutter desktop apps for Linux and Windows. Simply run flutter build with the appropriate OS. These containers should work with any other Docker based automated build system such as Gitlab and others.

Example .drone.yml

If you find these containers useful, please consider donating to Open Privacy Research Society as it takes work to assemble and maintain our containers and we're a small org. :)