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Pushes git snapshots to a webhost.

Project description

A command line tool for pushing git snapshots to a web host. Hostery creates a browsable history for a project by uploading selected git commits to an FTP server.

Configure a Repository

$ hostery init

Issue this command at the root level of a git repository. You will be prompted for host information which is stored in a file called .hostery-config, which will be automatically added to your .gitignore.

If your server doesn’t provide shell access, use the --ftp flag to connect via FTP instead. By default, hostery uses the rsync command to transfer files, which is markedly faster and can handle symlinks.

Usage

$ hostery mark

  1. Synchronizes with your remote git repository. Hostery will pause to allow you to resolve merge conflicts and the like.
  2. Uploads the latest commit to your server at root/branch/commit_hash/
  3. Updates an index file at root/ linking to all of your “marked” commits alongside an iframe.

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