29 days ago by
Not directly as devtools isn't a Bioconductor package and isn't a requirement for Bioconductor packages. However we encourage you to look at the bioconductor_full docker available via dockerhub. It is the bioconductor docker image recommended. You could always update the image locally to install devtools. It is also possible to link a docker image with a local repository of installed packages so it is available for use with the docker image.
docker run \
--user bioc \
-v ~/host-site-library:/usr/local/lib/R/host-site-library \
-v you would update
~/host-site-library to be the path on your local system where packages are installed to mount to your docker image. If you had devtools installed there, it would be available.