grunt-fabric-deploy

Provides Fabric (python) like deploy tasks

grunt-fabric-deploy v0.0.5

Provides Fabric (python) like deploy tasks

This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.5

If you haven't used Grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a Gruntfile as well as install and use Grunt plugins. Once you're familiar with that process, you may install this plugin with this command:

npm install grunt-fabric-deploy --save-dev

Once the plugin has been installed, it may be enabled inside your Gruntfile with this line of JavaScript:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-fabric-deploy');

*This plugin was designed to work with Grunt 0.4.x. If you're still using grunt v0.3.x it's strongly recommended that you upgrade.

Run this task with the grunt deploy command.

Executes given commands in the local shell.

task_one:
  local: ''

Operations defined as array:

task_one:
  local: [
    '',
    ''
  ]

Puts file(s) on a remote server via scp.

You need to provide host, user and port for the ssh connection.

options: {
  variables: {
    host: 'server.com',
    user: 'user',
    port: '22'
  }
},
task_one: {
  put: {
    src: '/tmp/file.zip', // local path 
    dest: '/tmp/file.zip' // path on remote server 
  }
}

Operations defined as array:

options: {
  variables: {
    host: 'server.com',
    user: 'user',
    port: '22'
  }
},
task_one: {
  put: [
    {
      src: '/tmp/file.zip',
      dest: '/tmp/file.zip'
    },
    {
      src: '/tmp/file.zip',
      dest: '/tmp/file.zip'
    }
  ]
}

Executes given commands on the remote server.

You need to provide host, user and port for the ssh connection.

options: {
  variables: {
    host: 'server.com',
    user: 'user',
    port: '22'
  }
},
task_one: {
  run: 'cat /tmp/file.txt'
}

Operations defined as array:

options: {
  variables: {
    host: 'server.com',
    user: 'user',
    port: '22'
  }
},
task_one: {
  run: [
    'echo "test" > /tmp/file.txt',
    'cat /tmp/file.txt'
  ]
}

You can group tasks to define tasks and subtasks.

staging: {
  pack: {
    local: 'touch /tmp/file.txt'
  },
  upload: {
    put: {
      src: '/tmp/file.txt',
      dest: '/tmp/file.txt'
    }
    run: 'cat /tmp/file.txt'
  }
}
production: {
  pack: {
    local: 'touch /tmp/live-file.txt'
  },
  upload: {
    put: {
      src: '/tmp/live-file.txt',
      dest: '/tmp/live-file.txt'
    }
    run: [
      'cat /tmp/live-file.txt',
      'mv /tmp/live-file.txt /www/server.com/public/index.html'
    ]
  }
}

You can call the groups separately: grunt deploy:staging or grunt deploy:production.

Type: Boolean false Default: 'false'

Boolean switch for showing the output of each command.

options: {
  stdout: true
}

Type: Boolean false Default: 'false'

Boolean switch for failing on an error.

options: {
  failOnError: true
}

Type: Object

Object with variables that can be used in each command. Variables in a string are placed in brackets {}. This object can be on task level as well (see examples).

options: {
  variables: {
    var_a: 'test'
  }
}
task_one: {
  local: 'echo "{var_a}"'
}
deploy: {
  options: {
    variables: {
      packed: 'filename'
      host: 'server.com',
      port: 22,
      user: 'deploy_user'
    }
  },
  pack: {
    local: '/usr/bin/gnutar -zcf /tmp/{packed}.tar.gz -C ./ .'
  },
  staging: {
    put: {
      src: '/tmp/{packed}.tar.gz',
      dest: '/tmp/{packed}.tar.gz'
    },
    run: [
      'rm -rf /tmp/{packed}',
      'mkdir -p /tmp/{packed}',
      'tar -zxf /tmp/{packed}.tar.gz -C /tmp/{packed}',
 
      'rm -rf /srv/www/server.com/public',
      'mkdir -p /srv/www/server.com/public',
      'mv /tmp/{packed}/* /srv/www/server.com/public/'
    ]
  },
  production: {
    variables: {
      host: 'server-production.com'
    }
    put: {
      src: '/tmp/{packed}.tar.gz',
      dest: '/tmp/{packed}.tar.gz'
    },
    run: [
      'echo $PATH'
    ]
  }
}
  • 2014-06-27   v0.0.5   Removing console.log references
  • 2014-06-27   v0.0.4   Variables on task level, merged into global variables
  • 2013-10-03   v0.0.3   Better docs Refactor Grouping
  • 2013-10-03   v0.0.2   Added stdout + failOnError options
  • 2013-10-02   v0.0.1   Initial version

Task submitted by Pieter Michels

This file was generated on Fri Jun 27 2014 16:53:38.