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rails - Official Ruby on Rails specific tasks for Capistrano

  •    Ruby

Please note that any requires should be placed in Capfile, not in config/deploy.rb.

airbrussh - Airbrussh pretties up your SSHKit and Capistrano output

  •    Ruby

Airbrussh is a concise log formatter for Capistrano and SSHKit. It displays well-formatted, useful log output that is easy to read. Airbrussh also saves Capistrano's verbose output to a separate log file just in case you need additional details for troubleshooting. As of April 2016, Airbrussh is bundled with Capistrano 3.5, and is Capistrano's default formatter! There is nothing additional to install or enable. Continue reading to learn more about Airbrussh's features and configuration options.

rails-template - Application template for Rails 5 projects; preloaded with best practices for TDD, security, deployment, and developer productivity

  •    Ruby

This is the application template that I use for my Rails 5.2 projects. As a freelance Rails developer, I need to be able to start new projects quickly and with a good set of defaults. I've assembled this template over the years to include best-practices, tweaks, documentation, and personal preferences, while still generally adhering to the "Rails way". If you need help setting up a Ruby development environment, check out my Rails OS X Setup Guide.

Cape

  •    Ruby

Dynamically generates Capistrano recipes for Rake tasks.




notification-center - Capistrano integration with macOS Notification Center

  •    Ruby

capistrano-nc integrates Capistrano and OS X Notification Center.Terminal.app is opened when the notification is clicked. To use an alternative terminal set :nc_terminal to the bundle identifier e.g. set :nc_terminal, 'com.googlecode.iterm2' for iTerm2.

rbenv - Idiomatic rbenv support for Capistrano 3.x

  •    Ruby

This gem provides idiomatic rbenv support for Capistrano 3.x (and 3.x only).Thanks a lot to @yyuu for merging his gem with official one.

bundler - Bundler support for Capistrano 3.x

  •    Ruby

It also prefixes certain binaries to use bundle exec.By default, the plugin adds bundle exec prefix to common executables listed in bundle_bins option. This currently applies for gem, rake and rails.

capistrano-uberspace - Deploy your rails app on an uberspace with Capistrano 3

  •    Ruby

Deploy your Rails App to uberspace with Capistrano 3. Has support for many databases, ruby versions, and ruby web server.


capistrano-git-copy - Capistrano plugin that packages git repository locally and uploads it to server

  •    Ruby

Creates a tar archive locally from the git repository and uploads it to the remote server.

capistrano-nvm - nvm support for Capistrano 3.x

  •    Ruby

If your nvm is located in some custom path, you can use nvm_custom_path to set it.

ansible-rails-deployment - deploy projects using ansible

  •    Python

A role that executes common tasks when deploying ruby on rails applications. Depends on prepare-release and finalize-release roles to checkout a new version from your git versioned application.

capistrano-bundle_rsync - Deploy an application and bundled gems via rsync

  •    Ruby

Capistrano::BundleRsync builds (bundle) gems only once on a deploy machine and transfers gems to your production machines via rsync, which saves you from building gems on each your production machine. Also saves you from having to install Git and Build Tools on your production machine.

atomic - De-engineered bifurcated intranet

  •    CSS

This project is the CeSIUM management platform. We use the capistrano-rails-console gem to be able to run a remote rails console on the web app.

capistrano-decompose - Capistrano plugin to deploy your application inside docker containers with docker compose

  •    Ruby

Add tasks for capistrano to deploy with docker-compose. when I was working on my project Who is popular today I had that problem that I have a VPS server and I need to isolate each of my apps to a separate environment so the solutions are pretty limited in here, it's Docker or LXC, I choose Docker and Docker-Compose as it's easier to get a set of disposable environments up and running in no time and link them to the host data directories which is what I needed, but there where not any kind of integeration with Capistrano to roll out new versions, so here is Capistrano-Decompose a Docker-Compose integeration with capistrano, I hope it solves your problem as it did to mine.

capistrano-chewy - Chewy tasks and Elasticsearch indexes management with Capistrano

  •    Ruby

Manage and continuously rebuild your ElasticSearch indexes with Chewy and Capistrano v3. Capistrano::Chewy gem adds automatic conditionally reset of only modified Chewy indexes and the removal of deleted index files to your deploy flow so you do not have to do it manually. Moreover, it adds the possibility of manual index management with the base Chewy tasks on the remote server.

capistrano-mb - Capistrano tasks for deploying Rails from scratch to Ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04

  •    Ruby

An opinionated Capistrano task library for deploying Rails apps from scratch on Ubuntu 16.04 or 18.04 LTS. Not quite to your liking? Consider forking the project to meet your needs.

capze - A tool to make Capistrano-based directory structure

  •    Go

capze is a tool to make Capistrano-like directory structure. You can use capze in combination with Droot.