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Re(1): Actually, this sounds like Capistrano

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 66.187.233.201] on December 04, 2007 03:32 PM
I'll definitely take a look at Func, but I actually like the fact that Capistrano simply relies on SSH for all encryption and authentication (there's no xmlrpc involved). What server isn't already using SSH? The only real difference I'm seeing so far is that Func is for people who prefer python and Capistrano is for people who prefer Ruby (and that Capistrano has been heavily used for a couple of years now). Dropping in modules doesn't really make sense for Capistrano because Ruby already has nice tooling for redistributing libraries (RubyGems). It's trivial to build reusable capfiles.

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