redstone

    0.0.8 • Public • Published

    Redstone

    A tool for remotely executing scripts on servers, such as deploying apps.

    This library began as a tool for deploying Node.js applications, heavily influenced by Capistrano. Over time, we realised that we could abstract away the commands that we used to deploy our web applications, leaving us a tool that could run any commands we pleased.

    Installation

    npm install redstone
    

    Usage (via Node)

        var Redstone = require("redstone");
     
        var config = {
          ssh: {
            hostname   : "myappserver.com",
            user       : "admin"
          }, 
          commands: {
            list_files: "ls -ll",
            print_date: "date"
            
          }
        };
        
        var redstone = new Redstone(config);

    Running commands

    To run a given command, execute it by typing it's name, then a callback to handle any errors

        redstone.list_files(function(err){
          console.log(err);
        });

    To run a list of commands in order, provide an array of commands, then a callback function to handle any errors

        var commandsToRun = ['print_date', 'list_files'];
        redstone.runCommands(commandsToRun, function(err){
          console.log(err);
        });

    License

    © 2013 Axisto Media Ltd. Redstone is licensed under the BSD License.

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    npm i redstone

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    3

    Version

    0.0.8

    License

    BSD

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    • paulbjensen
    • bencevans