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DropkicK - Deploy Fluently

LICENSE

Apache 2.0 - see docs/legal (just LEGAL in the zip folder)

IMPORTANT

NOTE: If you are looking at the source - please run build.bat before opening the solution. It creates the SolutionVersion.cs file that is necessary for a successful build.

INFO

Overview

DropkicK is a fluent deployment framework that seeks to make deployments easier.

SEE THE WIKI FOR DOCUMENTATION.

Join the mailing list

Ask questions - get answers - http://groups.google.com/group/chucknorrisframework

Getting started with DropkicK

Downloads

You can download DropkicK from http://github.com/chucknorris/dropkick

You can also obtain a copy from the build server at http://teamcity.codebetter.com.

NuGet - Install-Package DropkicK (will bring a default deployment example with it).

Source

This is the best way to get to the bleeding edge of what we are doing.

  1. Clone the source down to your machine. git clone git://github.com/chucknorris/dropkick.git
  2. Type cd dropkick
  3. Type git config core.autocrlf false to set line endings to auto convert for this repository
  4. Type git status. You should not see any files to change.
  5. Run build.bat. NOTE: You must have git on the path (open a regular command line and type git).

REQUIREMENTS

  • .NET Framework 3.5

RELEASE NOTES

CREDITS

see docs/legal/CREDITS (just LEGAL/Credits in the zip folder)

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