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git-ftp.sh ========== (c) René Moser, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2010 This application is licenced under GNU General Public License, Version 3.0 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0-standalone.html Summary ------- Use git-ftp.sh to upload only the files to a FTP server, which have changed since the last upload. This saves time and bandwith. About ----- I use git-ftp.sh for my script based projects, mostly PHP. Most of the low-cost web hoster does not provide SSH nor git support, only FTP. That is why I needed a easy way to deploy my git tracked projects. Instead to transfer always the whole project, I thought, why not only transfer the files which changed since the last time, git can tell me those files. Even if you are playing with different branches, git-ftp.sh knows which files are different. No ordinary FTP client can do that. Installing ---------- Make sure git and curl is installed. # aptitude install git-core curl The easiest way is to use git for installing: $ mkdir -p ~/dev/git-ftp.sh.git $ cd ~/dev/git-ftp.sh.git $ git clone http://github.com/resmo/git-ftp.sh.git . $ chmod 0755 git-ftp.sh $ mkdir ~/bin $ cd ~/bin/ $ ln -s ~/dev/git-ftp.sh.git/git-ftp.sh git-ftp After this you can use 'git ftp' or 'git-ftp' Usage ----- The first time, git-ftp.sh will upload all files and remembers the sha1. $ cd my_git_tracked_project $ git ftp --host <ftp.example.com> --user <user> -p <password> Later only the changed files will be uploaded $ git ftp -H <ftp.example.com> -u <user> -p <password> You can also use the -i option for prompting the password $ git ftp -H <ftp.example.com> -u <user> -p For more options see $ git ftp -h Contributions ------------- Don't hesitate to use GitHub to improve this tool.