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The quickest way to deploy a static site to S3

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Deploy static sites to S3 with a single command. Efficient, fast, simple.

### Usage

#### CLI Interface

`bash $> s3deploy --overwrite --config ~/s3deploy.config.yaml ~/my-static-site `

That’s it.

#### Installation:

`bash $> pip install s3deploy `


  • Omit the `--overwrite` option if you don’t want to erase the bucket.
  • If you name the config file `s3deploy.config.yaml` and run the binary from the CWD where that file is present, s3deploy will find it automatically.
  • You must have a config file to run s3deploy: `aws_key`, `aws_secret`, `bucket_name` must all be set.

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