Oliver Smith 01c04193f7 debian-bookworm-erlang: use debian's rebar3
Use debian's version of rebar3 instead of downloading a binary. This
was useful when the container was based on debian 11 where rebar3
wasn't in debian's repositories. Debian 12 has version 3.19.0.

This also solves a caching problem on one of the jenkins nodes, which
currently fails at this line:
  ADD${REBAR3_VERSION}.tar.gz /tmp/rebar3.tar.gz
  ERROR: failed to solve: failed to load cache key: invalid not-modified ETag: "fce57989250a021a2be5fe5eddd655d6d415eef04f769bf1437f3d6dddfa5559"

My understanding is that docker has cached an ETag that is no longer
valid / maybe the format changed - and instead of simply requesting the
file again, it just fails there.

Change-Id: I69e02d004a0bd6f9d3a462f4e184b3e9361cc7fe
2023-10-16 15:19:18 +02:00
Dockerfile debian-bookworm-erlang: use debian's rebar3 2023-10-16 15:19:18 +02:00
Makefile debian-bookworm-erlang: new docker container 2023-07-17 06:33:51 +00:00