I'm working on a Capistrano plugin myself and I've been looking
and https://github.com/seuros/capistrano-sidekiq for guidance.
Its a very simple plugin strongly based on an existing plugin that is not
being maintained anymore so I just wrote the code and I now want to test it
a little bit. However, I can't figure out how can I easily execute the task
I wrote from the command line while developing. Current version does not
use any methods from Capistrano (they are commented out actually). Can you
help me with this? All code is available
On Friday, August 12, 2016 at 7:35:26 AM UTC-3, Lee Hambley wrote:
> Hi Haani,
> The best thing to do is to look at something like
> https://github.com/capistrano/rails plugin and/or something *very* simple
> such as https://github.com/harrowio/capistrano-harrow which is a minimal
> plugin with one single hook
> Lee Hambley
> +49 (0) 170 298 5667
>> Hi there,
>> I'm interested in writing a few Capistrano plugins to share some of the
>> code resources between multiple capistrano projects we use. I assume this
>> where writing a Capistrano plugin would come in handy unless there is a
>> better way?
>> I'm wondering how to get started. Does anyone have any step-by-step
>> resources they can point me to?
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