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Till's Blog:
Managing software deployments of your PHP applications II
September 10, 2009 @ 11:21:29

In this new post to his blog today Till continues his look at deploying PHP applications with various tools. This time his focus is on Capistrano.

In Part I, I talked about my approach to deploying a website and I offered pear and subversion as solutions to the problem. To briefly elaborate on my subversion part, I want to share the following Capistrano recipe with you.

He shows how to set up a sample "capfile" with the commands to perform for his deployment - checking out a release and, using a symlink to change the location, deploy the latest version of the site. He briefly mentions some chaining the tool allows.

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