|author||Jeff Johnston <email@example.com>||Wed May 03 19:41:23 2017 -0400|
|committer||Jeff Johnston <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed May 03 19:48:08 2017 -0400|
More changes to support CDT Build in Container - close LogStream when Log job completes - make changes to ContainerCommandProcess - add keepContainer support - make changes to ContainerLauncher - add optimization in CopyVolumesFromJob so we don't copy sub-directories of directories we have already copied - save the image id to compare in case the user has reloaded a different version and assume we have to copy everything if it has changed Change-Id: I28016cbd1673a2c2d87e1dc5894d53293d94432b
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