I would be happy to see such functionality as well. It would be very
for situations where you basically need to provision the app onto some
machine in a self-contained way: the machine may not have any ruby/jruby
installation on it, but you still need to drop the war, and execute
db:migrate for instance. This arises in cloud situations where from
security considerations it s not desirable that the developer has access
the VM, but still has to have a way to run rake tasks remotely through
mechanism. Kuddos for starting this feature!
On Oct 17, 2012 11:58 PM, “mathew duafala” [email protected] wrote:
I want to run some rake tasks from a war file (i.e. after it’s deployed
and exploded, I want to be able to run some setup and import tasks). I
from this response on stack overflow that there was work going on to
this simpler, but I was unable to find docs on that with my searches.
this a solved problem now, or do we still need to write a wrapper script
make life easy?