A simple yet powerful Git hook receiver and deployment processor for continuous integration
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A simple Git web hook and deployment activator for continuous integration.

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Basically what Deployer does is simple:

  1. Interpret the data sent by the various Git vendors (i.e. Github, BitBucket) via Web Service / Hook calls
  2. Clone the repository according to the data (you can determine which commit to skip or deploy in your commit message)
  3. Copy your clone to the target directory for build

You no longer have to deploy web applications via remote SSH or FTP anymore. Simply put this script onto your web-server with Git installed and add the web service URL to your project settings.

A sample web service / hook script is included as example/hook.php.


Continuous Integration with Deployer by Sam-Mauris Yong

Setup Guide

Read the Deployer Setup Guide for a step-by-step installation guide and explanation on how to use Deployer.


Deployer is released open source under the New BSD License.