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Automate the deployment of any PHP project using Capistrano
June 06, 2007 @ 13:14:00

On the devthatweb blog, there's a new post from Pat Nakajima with a recipe for deploying a PHP application with the help of Capistrano (the Ruby on Rails tools for deploying web applications).

Recently though, I was working on a PHP project, and I decided that the time had come to rewrite my Mint recipe to allow deployment of any PHP project, totally independent of Rails. I set to work, and I'm happy to share the result.

The example makes it a simple matter of using the command "cap deploy:php" to use the recipe and push out your PHP application.

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