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@tryghost/deploy

0.1.3 • Public • Published

Deploy

Set of deployment tasks for Shipit in combination with internal Ghost projects.

Install

Install this package:

npm install @tryghost/deploy --save

Add a shipitfile.js config with the following content. Keep in mind that it is never a good idea to commit private credentials to git. Private settings could for example be provided by using environment variables (process.env.ENV_VARIABLE).

function init(shipit) {
  require('ghost-deploy')(shipit);

  shipit.initConfig({
    default: {
      workspace: './deploy',
      deployTo: '/opt/deploy_to',
      ignores: ['.git', 'node_modules'],
      sharedLinks: [{
        name: 'node_modules',
        type: 'directory'
      }, {
        name: 'config.production.json',
        type: 'file'
      }]
    },
    staging: {
      servers: '<user>@<server>'
    }
  });

  ...

}
module.exports = init;

And add a new script to your package.json file:

  "scripts": {
    ...,
    "deploy": "shipit"
  },

Usage

Deploy

To deploy a project to the server configured as staging execute the following command:

yarn deploy <environment>

Example: yarn deploy staging

Custom Tasks

If you need special tasks within your project it is possible to add new task in shipitfile.js.

function init(shipit) {
  require('ghost-deploy')(shipit);

  ...

  shipit.task('pwd', function () {
    return shipit.remote('pwd');
  });

}
module.exports = init;

You would then execute this task using

yarn deploy <environment> <task>

E.g.

yarn deploy staging pwd

(Note: deploy is the default task, so by default you don't have to provide a task)

The example shows how to execute the pwd command on the remote server. Visit https://github.com/shipitjs/shipit for more information about how to write custom tasks.

Events

Deploy emits one event (deployed) at the moment. This event can be used to trigger follow up actions to a successful deployment. The following example shows how the pwd command can be executed when the deployed event is emitted.

function init(shipit) {
  require('@tryghost/deploy')(shipit);

  ...

  shipit.on('deployed', function () {
    return shipit.remote('pwd').then(function () {
      shipit.log('Done!');
    });
  });

}
module.exports = init;

Use cases for events are for example database migrations that are executed after deploying new code.

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npm i @tryghost/deploy

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version

0.1.3

license

MIT

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