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Capistrano::Deploy::SCM::Git

An SCM module for using Git as your source control tool with Capistrano 2.0. If you are using Capistrano 1.x, use this plugin instead:

http://scie.nti.st/2007/3/16/capistrano-with-git-shared-repository

Assumes you are using a shared Git repository.

Parts of this plugin borrowed from Scott Chacon’s version, which I found on the Capistrano mailing list but failed to be able to get working.

FEATURES:

* Very simple, only requiring 2 lines in your deploy.rb.
* Can deploy different branches, tags, or any SHA1 easily.
* Supports prompting for password / passphrase upon checkout.
  (I am amazed at how some plugins don't do this)
* Supports :scm_command, :scm_password, :scm_passphrase Capistrano
  directives.

CONFIGURATION


Use this plugin by adding the following line in your config/deploy.rb:

set :scm, :git

Set :repository to the path of your Git repo:

set :repository, "someuser@somehost:/home/myproject"

The above two options are required to be set, the ones below are optional.

You may set :branch, which is the reference to the branch, tag, or any SHA1 you are deploying, for example:

set :branch, "master"

Otherwise, HEAD is assumed. I strongly suggest you set this. HEAD is not always the best assumption.

You may also set :remote, which will be used as a name for remote tracking of repositories. This option is intended for use with the :remote_cache strategy in a distributed git environment.

For example in the projects config/deploy.rb:

set :repository, "#{scm_user}@somehost:~/projects/project.git"
set :remote, "#{scm_user}"

Then each person with deploy priveledges can add the following to their local ~/.caprc file:

set :scm_user, 'someuser'

Now any time a person deploys the project, their repository will be setup as a remote git repository within the cached repository.

The :scm_command configuration variable, if specified, will be used as the full path to the git executable on the remote machine:

set :scm_command, "/opt/local/bin/git"

For compatibility with deploy scripts that may have used the 1.x version of this plugin before upgrading, :git is still recognized as an alias for :scm_command.

Set :scm_password to the password needed to clone your repo if you don’t have password-less (public key) entry:

set :scm_password, "my_secret'

Otherwise, you will be prompted for a password.

:scm_passphrase is also supported.

The remote cache strategy is also supported.

set :repository_cache, "git_master"
set :deploy_via, :remote_cache

For faster clone, you can also use shallow cloning. This will set the ‘–depth’ flag using the depth specified. This cannot be used together with the :remote_cache strategy

set :git_shallow_clone, 1

For those that don’t like to leave your entire repository on your production server you can:

set :deploy_via, :export

To deploy from a local repository:

set :repository, "file://."
set :deploy_via, :copy

AUTHORS


Garry Dolley scie.nti.st Contributions by Geoffrey Grosenbach topfunky.com

Scott Chacon http://jointheconversation.org
            Alex Arnell http://twologic.com
                     and Phillip Goldenburg

Public Instance Methods

checkout(revision, destination) click to toggle source

Performs a clone on the remote machine, then checkout on the branch you want to deploy.

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 132
def checkout(revision, destination)
  git    = command
  remote = origin

  args = []
  args << "-o #{remote}" unless remote == 'origin'
  if depth = configuration[:git_shallow_clone]
    args << "--depth #{depth}"
  end

  execute = []
  if args.empty?
    execute << "#{git} clone #{verbose} #{configuration[:repository]} #{destination}"
  else
    execute << "#{git} clone #{verbose} #{args.join(' ')} #{configuration[:repository]} #{destination}"
  end

  # checkout into a local branch rather than a detached HEAD
  execute << "cd #{destination} && #{git} checkout #{verbose} -b deploy #{revision}"
  
  if configuration[:git_enable_submodules]
    execute << "#{git} submodule #{verbose} init"
    execute << "#{git} submodule #{verbose} sync"
    execute << "#{git} submodule #{verbose} update"
  end

  execute.join(" && ")
end
            
command() click to toggle source
 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 231
def command
  # For backwards compatibility with 1.x version of this module
  configuration[:git] || super
end
            
diff(from, to=nil) click to toggle source

Returns a string of diffs between two revisions

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 201
def diff(from, to=nil)
  from << "..#{to}" if to
  scm :diff, from
end
            
export(revision, destination) click to toggle source

An expensive export. Performs a checkout as above, then removes the repo.

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 163
def export(revision, destination)
  checkout(revision, destination) << " && rm -Rf #{destination}/.git"
end
            
handle_data(state, stream, text) click to toggle source

Determines what the response should be for a particular bit of text from the SCM. Password prompts, connection requests, passphrases, etc. are handled here.

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 239
def handle_data(state, stream, text)
  host = state[:channel][:host]
  logger.info "[#{host} :: #{stream}] #{text}"
  case text
  when /\bpassword.*:/
    # git is prompting for a password
    unless pass = configuration[:scm_password]
      pass = Capistrano::CLI.password_prompt
    end
    "#{pass}\n"
  when %r{\(yes/no\)}
    # git is asking whether or not to connect
    "yes\n"
  when /passphrase/
    # git is asking for the passphrase for the user's key
    unless pass = configuration[:scm_passphrase]
      pass = Capistrano::CLI.password_prompt
    end
    "#{pass}\n"
  when /accept \(t\)emporarily/
    # git is asking whether to accept the certificate
    "t\n"
  end
end
            
head() click to toggle source

When referencing “head”, use the branch we want to deploy or, by default, Git’s reference of HEAD (the latest changeset in the default branch, usually called “master”).

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 122
def head
  configuration[:branch] || 'HEAD'
end
            
log(from, to=nil) click to toggle source

Returns a log of changes between the two revisions (inclusive).

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 207
def log(from, to=nil)
  scm :log, "#{from}..#{to}"
end
            
origin() click to toggle source
 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 126
def origin
  configuration[:remote] || 'origin'
end
            
query_revision(revision) click to toggle source

Getting the actual commit id, in case we were passed a tag or partial sha or something - it will return the sha if you pass a sha, too

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 213
def query_revision(revision)
  raise ArgumentError, "Deploying remote branches is no longer supported.  Specify the remote branch as a local branch for the git repository you're deploying from (ie: '#{revision.gsub('origin/', '')}' rather than '#{revision}')." if revision =~ /^origin\//
  return revision if revision =~ /^[0-9a-f]{40}$/
  command = scm('ls-remote', repository, revision)
  result = yield(command)
  revdata = result.split(/[\t\n]/)
  newrev = nil
  revdata.each_slice(2) do |refs|
    rev, ref = *refs
    if ref.sub(/refs\/.*?\//, '').strip == revision
      newrev = rev
      break
    end
  end
  raise "Unable to resolve revision for '#{revision}' on repository '#{repository}'." unless newrev =~ /^[0-9a-f]{40}$/
  return newrev
end
            
sync(revision, destination) click to toggle source

Merges the changes to ‘head’ since the last fetch, for remote_cache deployment strategy

 
               # File lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm/git.rb, line 169
def sync(revision, destination)
  git     = command
  remote  = origin

  execute = []
  execute << "cd #{destination}"

  # Use git-config to setup a remote tracking branches. Could use
  # git-remote but it complains when a remote of the same name already
  # exists, git-config will just silenty overwrite the setting every
  # time. This could cause wierd-ness in the remote cache if the url
  # changes between calls, but as long as the repositories are all
  # based from each other it should still work fine.
  if remote != 'origin'
    execute << "#{git} config remote.#{remote}.url #{configuration[:repository]}"
    execute << "#{git} config remote.#{remote}.fetch +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/#{remote}/*"
  end

  # since we're in a local branch already, just reset to specified revision rather than merge
  execute << "#{git} fetch #{verbose} #{remote} && #{git} reset #{verbose} --hard #{revision}"

  if configuration[:git_enable_submodules]
    execute << "#{git} submodule #{verbose} init"
    execute << "for mod in `#{git} submodule status | awk '{ print $2 }'`; do #{git} config -f .git/config submodule.${mod}.url `#{git} config -f .gitmodules --get submodule.${mod}.url` && echo Synced $mod; done"
    execute << "#{git} submodule #{verbose} sync"
    execute << "#{git} submodule #{verbose} update"
  end

  execute.join(" && ")
end