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# # SeaShell # # Capistrano deployment recipes for seaside platforms # # Author: Andreas Brodbeck, mindclue gmbh, www.mindclue.ch # Licence: MIT (see LICENSE file) # How to install ============== - Get SeaShell as source from http://github.com/dassi/seashell. - Put everything in a folder "deployment" (or similar) at your project folder on your development machine (not on the server!). - Depends on ruby-gem "capistrano", version >=2.5.5. To install capistrano, run this on your shell: "sudo gem install capistrano" How to configure ================ - In the folder ./stages: Copy the file stage.rb.example to somestage.rb and change it to your needs. (Examples: production.rb, demo.rb, development.rb) - Optional: Add a file on top level called tasks.rb, which will hold your project specific additional tasks. See examples/tasks.rb for hints. How to use ========== - Open a shell in the folder you have put SeaShell - Run "cap -T" on the shell to get a list of tasks and their description - Choose your stage and run a task, for example "cap production info:env". (In fact, for each of your stages there will be a task to switch to that stage. For example "production". You need to execute that stage-choosing task prior to any other task. The general form of invocation thus is: cap <stage> <command>) Goodies on server side ====================== On your servers projects application path, there will be some files for your convenience: - iss: Interactive Smalltalk Shell, just invoke it and then run Smalltalk code directly. It holds a topaz session in the background to run the code. This tool simplifies the "talk to your application". Needs the tool "rlwrap" to be present on your system (Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install rlwrap). - executeSmalltalk.sh: executeSmalltalk.sh <some smalltalk code> - <application name>.conf: Application specific GemStone configuration file - switch_environment: Some environment variable settings to "source-in" your shell, for switching to the current application. Use like this "source ./switch_environment" in your shell. Remarks ======= - Make shure your server does NOT load your login profile, when connecting with a non-login shell (Some systems do, I heard! Ubuntu doesn't.). This potentialy could override some environment settings from the SeaShell capistrano recipes. - Your applications are stored in /opt/gemstone/applications/<app_name> - Don't be confused by the name "gem". It is also used by ruby, not only by gemstone. - Not meant to work on, with, over, under, on top, left of, outside or near of Windows. Sorry. Hygiene. - lighttpd support is outdated and will not be updated, in favor of the usage of the cherokee webserver, which has a very nice GUI frontend builtin. Links ===== - Capistrano website: http://www.capify.org - Seaside website: http://www.seaside.st - Seaside for Gemstone website: http://seaside.gemstone.com - My Blog: http://andreas.mindclue.ch/blog