I followed the example to publish a asp.net application to a docker container. Basically a Dockerfile is in the PublishProfiles folder that gets created in your Visual Studio project under "Properties."
Then we can use the command from PowerShell or Linux. I understand how it works in PowerShell but I don't understand the command from Linux.
cd ProjectFolder (like WebApplication/src/WebApplication) source dnvm.sh dnu restore --no-cache mkdir ~/Temp dnu publish . --out ~/Temp/ --wwwroot-out "wwwroot" --quiet cd Properties/PublishProfiles chmod +x ./Docker-publish.sh ./Docker-publish.sh ./Docker.pubxml ~/Temp/
My question is that what is the file
Docker-publish.sh here and how it was created?
I assume that it was generated by DNX Utility and why it has such a name? What is the context then?