infovore + rake   6

njonsson/cape - GitHub
Cape solves a surprisingly common problem: I have this big bunch of rake tasks; I'd like them to run on the server, which tends to mean writing cap tasks just to run the rake tasks. Cape makes it easy to just mirror them.
capistrano  rails  rake  ruby 
november 2011 by infovore
Doug McInnes :: Craken
"This [plugin] is called Craken. In a nutshell it manages and installs rake-centric cron jobs. Coupled with Capistrano goodness it is the answer to your recurring task needs in Rails."
rake  ruby  rubyonrails  plugin  cron  automation 
august 2008 by infovore
S3 + Rake = Easy Backups for SVN Repositories, Databases, and Code
"All it takes is a single call to Rake and you're backed up on Amazon's redundant, secure systems."
rake  s3  ruby  rails  backup  scm  svn 
october 2007 by infovore
err.the_blog.find_by_title('Sake Bomb!')
Chris Wanstrath drops the Sake Bomb - it's like rake, but system-wide, and easily extended from the net. Which is very, very nice.
rails  rake  ruby 
june 2007 by infovore
Rails Envy: Ruby on Rails Rake Tutorial
Lots of good sample code, and the links are most handy
ruby  rails  rake  rakefile  tutorial  programming  development 
june 2007 by infovore
Rails Rake Tasks Reference
All the rake tasks in one place. Wasn't even aware of a lot of these. Useful.
ruby  rubyonrails  rake 
september 2006 by infovore

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