Sadly I’m not an expert in bash, so while I know enough to tell what it’s doing, I don’t know enough to be able to modify it to my needs
I would migrate, but I have several other services running off the same MariaDB host anyway and some don’t support pg. My MariaDB just works so I don’t see much reason to switch at this time.
It seems that I’m going to have to switch to something else anyway. While building from source is great, the docker-compose build directive isn’t supported in a docker swarm environment so I literally can’t use this without a lot of hassle.
If I might make a suggestion, it seems like the whole reason for building from source it to make sure users always have the latest code. How about using something like Drone for a pipeline? It would allow you to automatically publish an image to DockerHub whenever you push code to the repo. I would love to use an official TT-RSS image but I literally can’t at this time.