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add some info about deploying to S3

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1 parent fcc4f28 commit 64a1a56295a6d7ecd045804c3712ed01ec256f78 @JoeGermuska JoeGermuska committed Mar 11, 2013
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@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Start a new site
In a terminal:
workon cactussites
cd ~/src (or whereever you keep your git repositories)
- cactus create --skeleton=
+ cactus create **** --skeleton=
cactus serve
@@ -39,5 +39,26 @@ In a terminal:
cd ~/src/
git add *
git commit -m "initial"
- git remote add origin
+ git remote add origin****.git
git push -u origin master
+Deploying the site to S3
+Cactus makes this dead simple. The first time you do it, it will ask for the Amazon access key and secret key. You can find these values in [the Access Credentials section of our AWS console](
+ $ cactus deploy
+ Plugins: version
+ Building error.html
+ Building index.html
+ Building robots.txt
+ Building sitemap.xml
+ Amazon access key (
+ Amazon secret access key (will be saved in keychain):
+ S3 bucket name ( ****
+ Bucket does not exist, create it? (y/n): y
+ Bucket was selected with website endpoint
+ You can learn more about s3 (like pointing to your own domain) here:
+ Uploading site to bucket
+If this is the first time you are deploying the site, you will also need to set up a DNS CNAME to make the public domain name map to the Amazon S3 bucket.

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