Deploy Docus is only a library. It'll require you to generate an application and deploy it in the environment of your choice.
gem install deploy_docus ddocus new my_deployment_app
This will create the folder my_deployment_app with the required files.
You then need to create a new SSH key. This key will be used to get access to your GIT repository and your deployment server.
ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "firstname.lastname@example.org" -f keys/my_application_rsa
Note : the key must end with _rsa.
Now, open the file
config.yml in your generated application.
It contains all your application's informations to make the deployments.
Add your deployment information for
my_application. For example :
my_application: repository: email@example.com:my_organization/my_repository.git token: qhbnlkmnmh8096785nknmgiuh789BKMKGPIHMLNMÇ0HIONBON deploy_task: production: cap production deploy
And you're done ! Deploy your application somewhere (like on heroku). And you can easily test your deployments with CURL :
curl -d "token=THE TOKEN YOU SPECIFIED IN THE YML FILE" http://your-deploy-docus-application/my_application/production
The first parameter in the URI is the application's name. The second one is the environment (as defined in your config.yml file).
Scripts to use Deploy Docus
We're open to any contribution. It has to be tested properly though.
- Fork the project
- Do your changes and commit them to your repository
- Test your changes. We won't accept any untested contributions (except if they're not testable).
- Create an issue with a link to your commits.
- Damien MATHIEU (github/dmathieu, dmathieu.com)
- Franck VERROT (github.com/franckverrot,franck.verrot.fr)
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