Setting up your computer for WORCS - Docker-edition"

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If you do not want to install R, RStudio, Latex and Git on a personal computer (as described in vignette("setup", package = "worcs")), but would like to use Docker instead, follow these steps in order:

  1. Install Docker
  2. Open a terminal/cmd/shell.
  3. Start the worcs image:

```{bash, eval=FALSE} docker run -e PASSWORD=secret -p 8787:8787 -it cjvanlissa/worcs:latest

3. Open the address `127.0.0.1:8787/` in a browser. Login using username=rstudio and password=secret.

Then setup the container.

```r
renv::consent(provided = TRUE)
worcs::git_user("your_name", "your_email")

To terminate the container, press Ctrl + C in the terminal. To save files from a Docker session on your disk, you have to link a directory explicitly when starting the container.

On Unix file systems, this is done as follows:

```{bash, eval=FALSE} -v /path/on/your/pc:/home/rstudio

And on Windows file systems, as follows:

```{bash, eval=FALSE}
-v //c/path/on/your/windows/pc:/home/rstudio

Then start the Docker session using this command:

{bash, eval=FALSE} docker run -e PASSWORD=secret -p 8787:8787 -v /path/on/your/pc:/home/rstudio -it cjvanlissa/worcs:latest

That's it!



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