cd into strider deployment and run
npm install strider-ssh-deploy
restart strider and check out the web ui -- you'll see a new plugin
please provide feedback in the issues and/or in IRC
configure the plugin with the deployment username, one or more hosts, and shell script to run on the hosts.
In the shell script input field you can use metadata information from the job document. For example to set environment variables on the remote server or hand over information to a script.
./deploy.sh <%= ref.branch %>
Have a look at the metadata plugin for all fields of the job document.
Note on Transfer bundle? flag
Currently, "bundling" is provided by npmd-pack which turns a directory into a tarball for npm, this happens to work pretty nicely for any project, not just node.js projects. Anyway it is npmd-pack that is respecting the .gitignore file. You can see it being used in bundler.js line 12.
Simply remember that with Transfer bundle? flag enable all files and folder listed in your
.gitignore will not be transfered. Check this issue for more information.