Monday Madness

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Here are a few articles which I have happened across lately which might interest some…

Netbeans 6.0 and Rails Deployment to Linux

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Mark Watson has a write-up over on DevX of his preferred Rails development setup – including an explanation of how he deploys his application from Netbeans on his Macbook to a Linux server running ngnix, memcached and mongrel [since Zed Shaw "went nuclear" in January the mongrel site has gone 404]

Capistrano 2.1

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Yes, I’m still alive. What’s more, Capistrano 2.1 is out. Apparently there are some issue using it with Mongrel but the RubyRobot has kindly documented what needs changed.

Deploy Flex using Capistrano

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Ernest Micklei at Self Halt tells you how to use Capistrano to deploy Adobe Flex applications

Deploying Locally

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Richard Crowley has some useful advice regarding how to develop and deploy on the same box with Capistrano.

Capistrano 2 Deployment to Site5

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Giovanni Intini has posted a Capistrano 2 recipe for deploying to Site5. There’s another in variation in the comments to his article.

Capistrano Bells

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Bells by Ezra Casteel
Pat Nakajima over at DevThatWeb has put together a new plugin called Capistrano Bells. It is a set of Capistrano recipes which does many of the things that the deprec gem does (Pat created a new plugin since deprec doesn’t yet work with Capistrano 2.0).

Capistrano 2.0

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Graeme Mathieson over at Notes from a Messy Desk has written up a good summary of Jamis Buck’s tutorial on Harnessing Capistrano. It’s late so I can’t digest it all just now but it looks like it is worth a read (and don’t forget to read the comments to his article for a few extra tips from the folks at 37Signals :-) )

Capistrano Collation of Release Notes

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Countdown to Mail Time by *B.G. Lewandowski*

Dan Glegg over at Angry Amoeba has created a plugin called ReleaseNotifier. This collects the relevant commit messages for the code you are currently deploying and e-mails a summary to whoever you think might be interested. It sounds like a good way to document what changes actually went into the deployed application.

Capistrano Server Extensions

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Streets of Valletta by cheeky needle
Saimon Moore – the author of Capistrano Server Extensions – has written a good overview of their usage. Take a read and – while you are at it – check out the list of commands it supports.

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