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alx542 commented Dec 28, 2015

Hi, I was assigned your project in the PR Challenge, and I wasn't quite sure what to do. In trying to get started, I had trouble figuring out how to run some tasks, such as rsync, that I was interested in. Mainly this was because a lot of the code examples in the pods assume you're using the same user and password for different servers.

So, in case you're interested in using it, I created this Rexfile-example2 as a first step for users learning about groups with options.

A helpful person on the support forum noted that there is a resource that explains how to use an INI file.

http://www.rexify.org/docs/rex_book/the_rex_dsl/grouping_servers.html

This is an excellent idea, but IMO, newbies would benefit from a full working example to ease them up the learning curve.

I will probably make use of Rex for some of my projects, so if you have an idea for a different small contribution, I would be open to trying.

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@alx542: thanks for your participation in the PR challenge! ;) I think your example is showing nicely how one can combine plain perl code and Rex DSL + how to use custom server attributes.

You might also be interested in taking a look at the issues marked as easy to fix ;)

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ferki commented Dec 28, 2015

@alx542: thanks for your participation in the PR challenge! ;) I think your example is showing nicely how one can combine plain perl code and Rex DSL + how to use custom server attributes.

You might also be interested in taking a look at the issues marked as easy to fix ;)

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Hi @alx542 ,

many thanks for this example. 👍
I've just merged it into development branch.

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krimdomu commented Jul 28, 2016

Hi @alx542 ,

many thanks for this example. 👍
I've just merged it into development branch.

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