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Git-play is a custom git command for deploying an application server very easily from a remote git repository. It checks the remote git repository every minute and if something has changed, it will restart the application server automatically.

Project Description

Git-play is a custom git command for deploying an application server very easily from a remote git repository. It checks the remote git repository every minute and if something has changed, it will restart the application server automatically.

Installation

You can simply install git-play from PyPI by using pip or easy_install:

$ pip install git-play

Getting started

Git-play is made for people who hate complicated configurations, thus basically it doesn’t require you to do much except for .git-play.yml.

Configuring your git-play deployment with .git-play.yml

Git-play uses the .git-play.yml file in the root of your repository to configure how you want your application to be executed. .git-play.yml file has three parts: app, setup, teardown.

For your convenience, there are several examples of .git-play.yml file.

Django

app:
  workdir: ./mysite
  respawn: yes
  exec: python manage.py runserver

setup:
  - pip install -r requirements.txt
  - cd mysite
  - python manage.py syncdb

teardown:
  - echo "The server is going down for maintanance..."

Express

app:
  respawn: yes
  env:
   PORT: 80
  exec: node app.js

setup:
  - npm install

teardown:
  - echo "The server is going down for maintanance..."

Spray and pray!

Lastly, all you have to do is simply type the following in your terminal:

$ git play http://github.com/foo/bar --remote origin --branch master
Spawned!

For an existing repository, type the following:

$ git play bar -r origin -b master
Spawned!
$ ls -F
bar/
$ cd bar
$ git play
Spawned!

Contributing

Just fork and request pulls. Any help or feedback is appreciated.

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