Deploy to Capistrano
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This page provides a configuration for deployment to Capistrano. Once your project is set up to use Capistrano, you can run deployment commands within your CircleCI job steps as required.
version: 2.1 workflows: build-deploy: jobs: - build-job - deploy-job: requires: - build-job # Only run deploy job once build job has completed filters: branches: only: main # Only run deploy job when commit is on the main branch jobs: # build and test jobs go here - not included for brevity deploy-job: docker: - image: <docker-image-name-tag> auth: username: mydockerhub-user password: $DOCKERHUB_PASSWORD # context / project UI env-var reference working_directory: ~/repo steps: - checkout - run: name: Bundle Install command: bundle check || bundle install - run: name: Deploy if tests pass and branch is Main command: bundle exec cap production deploy
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