[Baypiggies] Newbie: Deployment tools?
harish.mallipeddi at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 09:22:13 CET 2010
+1 Fabric - fabric is very minimal and doesn't get in your way. And the
most important thing to remember is it's just plain old python code (not
some fancy DSL).
On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 6:10 AM, Simeon Franklin <simeonf at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fabric is the more capistrano-ish tool if all your looking for is
> scriptable deployment. Buildout does more but it seems more "magic" to me
> and imposes a bit of structure on your project. Fabric on the other hand is
> pretty much just a quick way of creating command line tools that do 3 common
> deployment tasks: run local commands, use ssh to move files, and run remote
> commands on the deployment target. I found fabric much easier to wrap my
> head around and it satisfied my (limited) deployment needs. YMMV!
> Simeon Franklin
> On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 4:22 PM, Kimball Bighorse <kbighorse at yahoo.com>wrote:
>> Working on a Twisted Web app coming from a Java/Ruby background, used to
>> Capistrano for Rails deployment. Looking at zc.buildout and fabric for
>> deployment, any opinions or other options for me to investigate?
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