Interact with your vermillion-server instances.
gem install vermillion-client
~/.vermillion.yml file is present, the application will attempt to create on before anything else so you don't have to create this file. You do have to update it with real information, here is an example.
servers: - name: domain1 address: domain2.com https: false key: SHA_HASH - name: local address: localhost:8000 https: false key: DIFFERENT_SHA_HASH - name: domain2 address: domain2.com https: true user: firstname.lastname@example.org
Change branches on the requested server.
vermillion change branch local/domain1 -t my-feature-branch
Prints information about
vermillion, including the app's configuration data and a list of the servers the client can access.
Quite simply, executes
git-pull in the requested project.
vermillion update one local/domain1
Create a new directory on the server.
vermillion create one local/domain4