- local_repository_path (mandatory)
- Path to the local repository.
- remote_repository_path (mandatory)
- Remote repository path.
- You may set some author for the release commits, if None original author will be used.
- release_branch (mandatory)
- The branch you want to release (“production”, “staging”). fabdeploit will create an “release/…”-branch for the release history (“release/production”)
- A filter class to be used when creating the release commit tree. The filter may remove files from or add files to the commit tree. A filter should be a subclass of GitFilter and implement the filter()-method. The filter may then use self.add() and self.remove() to change the tree. Use self.filtered_tree to access the tree itself.
- Should be called before any additional actions, ensures the local repository is in sync with the origin.
- Calls self.pull_origin() if origin existy in local repository. Should be used instead of pull_origin() for a more generic appproach.
- Creates the new release commit by copying the last commit of release_branch into the release branch (applying the filter). An optional commit message may be provided.
- Created a tag for the commit created by create_release_commit()
- Created a new commit in release_branch with the commit created by create_release_commit() and the last commit in this branch as parents. Can be used to push release commits back into the normal branches. SHOULD BE USED WITH CARE. SHOULD NEVER BE USED WHEN FILTERS ARE IN PLACE.
- release(message=None, tag_name=None, merge_back=False)
- Calls create_release_commit(), tag_release() and merge_release_back() according to the parameters provided.
- Pushes the commit created by create_release_commit() to the release git URL (see remote_repository_path). Created the repository if necessary.
- Pushes the release branch to origin.
- Pushed the release branch to the release git URL and origin if origin exists in the local git repository.
- Switched to a particular commit on the remote server. You may specify the commit yourself, if None the commit created by create_release_commit() will be used. This must be run to apply all changes on the server.
(Should be run after push)
Tries to disable access to the .git folder for common configuration. This is currently done by writing a .htaccess (for Apache) and setting permissions to rwx—— (700) so no other user is allowed to access to directory.
Note: You should never push directly into the document root! It is always better to have the document root being a sub-folder in your git repository for multiple good reasons (for example as “htdocs”). Anyways there are situations where you cannot ensure such a sane setup. This method helps you not shooting yourself in the foot. Please make sure it works for your setup, for example by browsing to www.your-domain.com/.git/config, you should get “access denied”.
git = Git(local_repository_path="…", remote_repository_path="…", release_branch="…") git.pull() # Make sure we have all remote changes git.create_release_commit("New release") git.push() # Make sure the new release is copied to origin and server # git.webserver_harden_remote_git() # No web access to .git git.switch_release() # Apply all file changes
class MyGitFilter(GitFilter): def filter(self): self.add('some/new/file.txt') self.remove('docs') # remove whole docs directory self.remove('path/to/file.psd') git = Git(release_commit_filter_class=MyGitFilter, "…") # …