Makes sense. I found a way to push the entire repo to my own personal github account while also pulling reaction changes:
$git clone url_to_reaction_repo
$git remote rename origin upstream
$git remote add origin http://github.com/YOU/YOUR_REPO
Then I can do the following:
Pull from reaction at anytime:
$ git pull upstream master
Pull from personal repo:
$ git pull origin master
Push to personal repo:
$ git push origin master
My question was about that and the actual building of the image. Consider the following scenario:
–I have an outdated clone of the reaction repo.
–I make some changes (add custom plugins)
–Then I build using the command in the docs: docker build --build-arg TOOL_NODE_FLAGS="–max-old-space-size=2048" -t mycustom .
Will this create an image with the current outdated reaction files? or pull the latest reaction version? I only question this because there is a DockerFile in the reaction repo with the following line: FROM reactioncommerce/base:v3.0.0 and the docker-compose contains: reactioncommerce/reaction:latest. Do either of these pre existing docker files have any affect on the build command?