Using Capistrano without the svn being excecuted on remote s


#1

Hi,

I am trying ot Capistrano to deploy my ruby app. It seems that
Capistrano tries to load the source code from the remote server (the
one I want to deploy to) via svn. Unfortunately this is not possible
in my setup. Instead the source code has to be pushed to the remote
server. How can I achieve that?

Thanks,
Stefan


#2

stemey wrote:

Hi,

I am trying ot Capistrano to deploy my ruby app. It seems that
Capistrano tries to load the source code from the remote server (the
one I want to deploy to) via svn. Unfortunately this is not possible
in my setup. Instead the source code has to be pushed to the remote
server. How can I achieve that?

Thanks,
Stefan

You’ll need to write a new task.

Capistrano has recently added a ‘put’ command. It should be possible
to, for example, use rake to make a big .tar.gz of your app and then use
cap to put it onto the server and unzip it ?

A.


#3

On Mar 1, 2007, at 7:01 AM, stemey wrote:

I am trying ot Capistrano to deploy my ruby app. It seems that
Capistrano tries to load the source code from the remote server (the
one I want to deploy to) via svn. Unfortunately this is not possible
in my setup. Instead the source code has to be pushed to the remote
server. How can I achieve that?

http://blog.wolfman.com/articles/2006/12/06/a-capistrano-scm-module-
for-local-svn-access

-faisal