Creating a Kubebuilder project
We’ll use Kubebuilder to create a Kubebuilder project and provide common controller for your cluster and Kubernetes API. Check out the Kubebuilder book to learn more about Kubebuilder.
Create a git repo
Create a git repo locally in the proper GOPATH location. For the reference
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/grantr git init sample-source
Create an empty initial commit.
git commit -m "Initial commit" --allow-empty
Create a Kubebuilder project
_When in doubt, the Kubebuilder Quick Start docs are likely more current than these instructions._
kubebuilder init command in the repo root directory to create the
basic project structure.
You’ll need to choose the following:
- A license. The reference project uses Apache 2.
- A domain name. This is the unique domain used to identify your project’s
resources. The reference project uses
knative.dev, but you should choose one unique to you or your organization.
- An author name. This is the copyright owner listed in the copyright notice
at the top of each source file. The reference project uses
The Knative Authors.
kubebuilder init --domain knative.dev --license apache2 --owner "The Knative Authors"
This command will ask if you want to run
dep ensure. Choose yes to populate
your project’s vendor directory.
The result of this command in the reference project can be viewed at https://github.com/grantr/sample-source/pull/1.
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