Clickistrano is a simple Sinatra app for performing Capistrano deployments using a simple web interface. Clickistrano might be useful for you if:
- You have members of your team who need to run deployments, but don't keep a copy of your source checked out (e.g. product managers, QA engineers).
- You deploy using environment tasks (e.g.
cap qa deploy)
- You use Github or your own private server for source control hosting.
Clickistrano isn't currently published as a gem, since I see little advantage in doing so. Just pick a good directory for the server, and check it out:
$ git clone http://github.com/outoftime/clickistrano.git
Clickistrano is configured with a
config.yml file in the root directory.
It requires the following keys:
If you're running this on a new machine, you will need to add the machine's SSH public key to your deployment environment.
To start clickistrano as a daemon, run the following from the clickistrano directory:
$ thin start -R config.ru -d
There is also a sample init script in
- grit (local adapter only)
When you access the front page (by default, localhost:4567 - see the Sinatra
docs for how to change that), you are presented with a simple form asking for
the git branch to deploy from. When the form is submitted, Clickistrano
from the specified branch of your repository on GitHub, and then forks a process
that runs the deployment. The web interface redirects to a page showing the
deployment status and a live-updating view of the deployment log.
- Mat Brown <email@example.com>
Feel free to contact me with questions.
This software is released in the public domain, and may be distributed and modified with no restrictions. The author relinquishes all copyright on this software to the maximum extent permitted by law.
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