Wrap conda into docker
prepare env.yml file
# Create conda env using env.yml:
COPY env.yml .
RUN conda env create -f env.yml
# Should activate the conda env test here, but execute conda activate test will throw an error: conda init is required
# This code does not help too
# RUN source ~/minikube/etc/profile.d/conda.sh
# RUN conda activate test
# That is because every new step of docker build, a new shell will be startup.
# The new shell would not know where is conda
# This would also cause problem when executing the docker as another new shell will be created
COPY . .
# Here is the solution
ENTRYPOINT ["conda", "run", "--no-capture-output", "-n", "test", "python", "other_code.py"]