This docker image installs docker-compose on top of the
This is very useful for CI pipelines, which leverage "Docker in Docker".
There are versions based on different docker versions, e.g.
docker-compose matches the latest minor version available when the docker release was made. Eg,
19.03 includes docker-compose 1.27.4. The
latest tag always includes the latest docker-compose build.
All available Docker Engine versions and the respective Docker Compose versions are defined in
Please open an issue or a pull request (preferred) at GitHub, if a version is missing.
You may use it like this in your
image: tmaier/docker-compose:latest services: - docker:dind before_script: - docker info - docker-compose --version build image: stage: build script: - docker-compose build
You must only provide a Pull Request for the file
DOCKER_AND_COMPOSE_VERSION_MATRIX specifies in the first column the docker version.
The second column states the most recent release of docker-compose when the docker version has been released.
You can see the latest matching versions of both by checking their release notes:
ERROR: error during connect: Get http://docker:2375/v1.40/info: dial tcp: ...
As of version 19.03, docker:dind will automatically generate TLS certificates and require using them for communication.