I’ve seen Capistrano mentioned so googled it. I get, click on it and get:


of /**

(Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.16 OpenSSL/0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 mod_auth_passthrough/2.1
mod_bwlimited/1.4 FrontPage/ Server at Port 80

Am I looking in the right place?



capistrano is a gem that simplifies deployment a LOT

and their site seems to be down

I think it complicates deployment a lot, take a look at Inploy :slight_smile:

Diego Carrion wrote:

I think it complicates deployment a lot,

Not in my experience. (I like Capistrano a lot. Probably 99% of the
Rails community uses it.)

take a look at Inploy :slight_smile:

I will. What does it do better or differently than Cap, in your


Hi Marnen,

99% of the Rails community use Capistrano and 99% of the deployment scripts have a lot of things in common. Inploy encapsulates this things. An Inploy script usually takes 3 ou 4 lines, it does the things that most people wants by default.


@diego is there a video tutorial around?

Hi radhmes,

here is a little bit outdated video:

now you can configure Inploy like this:

application = ‘panthers’

instead of:

config.application = ‘panthers’

and call


inploy setup

instead of

rake inploy:remote:update

rake inploy:remote:setup


ill be testing this look very interesting