No need to define a method that only calls "super"
Without this, the sentence doesn't make proper sense.
Fixed a typo
Add Vim swap files to ignore
Updated ruby 1.9 hash syntax
Staging template cleanup.
Add tldr to tasks notes of README.md
Added some notes about how whitespace affects (disables) attempts at command, or context mapping.
Compare servers by user, hostname and port
Use the :git_environmental_variables settings when updating from remote ...
made deploy_to a proc so that it can be read after application is set
…, thereby allowing it to use a default value as advertised
To check if servers match compare them by user, hostname and port.
Expose the release timestamp as a variable.
Previously the only way to get this value was to extract it from the end of :release_path.
Added support for subversion by extending pre-existing scm strategy
Unwrap values during fetch.
Recapped an issue as a PR.
Add CodersClan to Contributing + other fixes
Using `.rake` extension instead of `.cap`.
Fixed Stack Overflow and Mailing List links.
This reverts commit a5b76f7. This commit which looked to solve #867 / #857 has caused regressions in other areas - I'm reverting this commit because the solution to the original issue of tasks declared in `config/deploy.rb` not appearing in the list of tasks returned by `cap -T` is to move those tasks into `lib/capistrano/tasks` and load them from the Capfile (as per the generated template). Defining tasks in a configuration file may work as far as running the tasks goes, but it's not the intended use for that file. This commit closes #887, and I suspect #881 as well.