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Due to these rules, the following examples are all invalid:

Invalid due to line continuation:

Invalid due to appearing twice:

Treated as a comment due to appearing after a builder instruction:

Treated as a comment due to appearing after a comment which is not a parser directive:

The unknown directive is treated as a comment due to not being recognized. In addition, the known directive is treated as a comment due to appearing after a comment which is not a parser directive.

Non line-breaking whitespace is permitted in a parser directive. Hence, the following lines are all treated identically:

The following parser directive is supported:

The escape directive sets the character used to escape characters in a Dockerfile . If not specified, the default escape character is \ .

The escape character is used both to escape characters in a line, and to escape a newline. This allows a Dockerfile instruction to span multiple lines. Note that regardless of whether the escape parser directive is included in a Dockerfile , escaping is not performed in a RUN command, except at the end of a line.

Setting the escape character to ` is especially useful on Windows , where \ is the directory path separator. ` is consistent with Windows PowerShell .

Consider the following example which would fail in a non-obvious way on Windows . The second \ at the end of the second line would be interpreted as an escape for the newline, instead of a target of the escape from the first \ . Similarly, the \ at the end of the third line would, assuming it was actually handled as an instruction, cause it be treated as a line continuation. The result of this dockerfile is that second and third lines are considered a single instruction:

Results in:

One solution to the above would be to use / as the target of both the COPY instruction, and dir . However, this syntax is, at best, confusing as it is not natural for paths on Windows , and at worst, error prone as not all commands on Windows support / as the path separator.

By adding the escape parser directive, the following Dockerfile succeeds as expected with the use of natural platform semantics for file paths on Windows :

Environment variables (declared with the ENV statement ) can also be used in certain instructions as variables to be interpreted by the Dockerfile . Escapes are also handled for including variable-like syntax into a statement literally.

Environment variables are notated in the Dockerfile either with $variable_name or ${variable_name} . They are treated equivalently and the brace syntax is typically used to address issues with variable names with no whitespace, like ${foo}_bar .

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The artworks by the fashionable German portrait painter and historical artist Friedrich August von Kaulbach (1860-1920) of Princess Alix of Hesse, later Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna and her elder sister, Elisabeth Feodorovna, ‘Ella’ Grand Duchess Sergei of Russia, provide, I think, a rare insight into these two princesses who would both marry into the Russian Imperial House of Romanov. Not least because Kaulbach’s method of painting, usually involving making preliminary sketches, allowed him to capture something of the personality of his sitters. This makes the results fascinatingly three-dimensional character studies as well as exquisitely charming to behold; like handwriting, they are able to convey something of the person behind the portrait.

We can see known characteristics such as shyness, grace and reserve. The aim was not merely to be representational in his depictions but rather to capture the individual beneath the clothes they wore, giving his works amazing visual depth and a richly sensitive quality. Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig of Hesse recalled in his memoirs about Kaulbach’s painting his sisters, commenting on how he made various attempts at studies of Ella, but that until the picture really succeeded, ‘ something always was missing, the soul’ . The painter from Munich did not always find his task an easy one, as will be seen.

Kaulbach continued to paint both sisters after they had gone to Russia; his sketch on cardboard of the young Tsarina Alexandra was dated 1896 – the year of her coronation – and is kept at the State Museum, Pavlovsk. It was shown for the first time outside of Russia in a travelling exhibition in America in Sante Fe, Newark and Cincinnati supported by The American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation, Washington D.C. (2004-05). A portrait by Kaulbach of the young Tsarina, which is undated but is probably from 1896, because the result dramatically resembles the aforementioned preliminary sketch, is a delightful image, showing Alexandra in profile, in a black blouse with a pearl necklace, leaning over the portrait frame in a trompe l’oeil effect. It is not unlike the portrait by Joszi Koppay made of Archduchess Marie Valerie – daughter of Empress Elisabeth of Austria – with her firstborn child, Ella, bunches of yellow roses growing out of the frame. The portrait of the young Alexandra is kept – like several other examples of paintings by Kaulbach of Alexandra and ‘Ella’, at the National Art Museum of Azerbaijan in Baku. Despite various attempts to establish contact with the museum about their collections, I have yet to manage to do so.

20.2.7Known Limitations

Restart functionality does not work well with objects that are deserialized by using a standard ObjectInputStream . If you need to deserialize data, you may need to use Spring’s ConfigurableObjectInputStream in combination with Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader() .

Unfortunately, several third-party libraries deserialize without considering the context classloader. If you find such a problem, you need to request a fix with the original authors.

20.3LiveReload

The spring-boot-devtools module includes an embedded LiveReload server that can be used to trigger a browser refresh when a resource is changed. LiveReload browser extensions are freely available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari from livereload.com .

If you do not want to start the LiveReload server when your application runs, you can set the spring.devtools.livereload.enabled property to false .

20.4Global Settings

You can configure global devtools settings by adding a file named .spring-boot-devtools.properties to your $HOME folder (note that the filename starts with “.”). Any properties added to this file apply to all Spring Boot applications on your machine that use devtools. For example, to configure restart to always use a trigger file , you would add the following property:

~/.spring-boot-devtools.properties.

20.5Remote Applications

The Spring Boot developer tools are not limited to local development. You can also use several features when running applications remotely. Remote support is opt-in. To enable it, you need to make sure that devtools is included in the repackaged archive, as shown in the following listing:

Then you need to set a spring.devtools.remote.secret property, as shown in the following example:

Remote devtools support is provided in two parts: a server-side endpoint that accepts connections and a client application that you run in your IDE. The server component is automatically enabled when the spring.devtools.remote.secret property is set. The client component must be launched manually.

20.5.1Running the Remote Client Application

The remote client application is designed to be run from within your IDE. You need to run org.springframework.boot.devtools.RemoteSpringApplication with the same classpath as the remote project that you connect to. The application’s single required argument is the remote URL to which it connects.

For example, if you are using Eclipse or STS and you have a project named my-app that you have deployed to Cloud Foundry, you would do the following:

A running remote client might resemble the following listing:

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