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     1  ~ 2014 sep 17printing a dictionary to shellThe environment dictionary , env — Fabric documentationAs mentioned, the env object is simply a dictionary subclass, so your own
     1  ~ 2014 aug 30fabric location fab fileFabfile construction and use — Fabric documentationFabric is capable of loading Python modules (e.g. fabfile .py) or packages (e.g. a fabfile / directory containing an __init__.py). By default, it looks for something ...
     2  ~ 2014 jul 29fabric with scriptWelcome to Fabric's documentation! — Fabric documentationThis site covers Fabric's usage & API documentation. For basic info on what Fabric is, including its public changelog & how the project is maintained, please see ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 07fabricWelcome to Fabric ! — Fabric documentationFabric is a Python (2.5-2.7) library and command-line tool for streamlining the use of SSH for application deployment or systems administration tasks. It provides ...
     4  -2 2014 aug 16automatic deployment with fabricFabric is a Python (2.5-2.7) library and command-line tool for streamlining the use of SSH for application deployment or systems administration tasks. It provides ... ‎Installing - ‎Fabric documentation - ‎FAQ - ‎Development
     7  +34 2014 sep 07comment directory listFile and Directory Management — Fabric documentationWhen a list is given, each string inside is handled independently (but in the order given.) If text is ... Attempt to comment out all lines in filename matching regex.
     10  +91 2014 aug 19basic option documentfab options and arguments — Fabric documentationBasic use¶. In its most simple form, fab may be called with no options at all, and with one or more arguments, which should be task names, e.g.: $ fab task1 task2.
     11  +2 2014 sep 30remote host envThe environment dictionary, env — Fabric documentationprint("Executing on %s as %s" % ( env . host , env .user)) ... Causes the SSH layer to merge a remote program's stdout and stderr streams to avoid becoming ...
     11  +16 2014 sep 16parallelParallel execution — Fabric documentationThis document describes Fabric's options for running tasks on multiple hosts in parallel , via per-task decorators and/or global command-line switches.
     14  ~ 2014 sep 26decoratorsDecorators — Fabric documentationConvenience decorators for use in fabfiles. fabric. decorators .hosts(*host_list)¶. Decorator defining which host or hosts to execute the wrapped function on.
     14  +87 2014 sep 18file upload templateModule providing easy API for working with remote files and folders. .... Render and upload a template text file to a remote host. Returns the result of the inner ...
     15  +7 2014 sep 30rsync remoteProject Tools — Fabric documentationSynchronize a remote directory with the current project directory via rsync . ... rsync_project() is thus a simple wrapper around rsync ; for details on how rsync  ...
     15  +16 2014 sep 14delete parenthessi content sedIf text is already found in filename, the append is not run, and None is
     16  ~ 2014 sep 12hide runs as commandManaging output — Fabric documentationAs with aborts, this setting does not control actual warning behavior, only whether warning messages are printed or hidden . running : Printouts of commands  ...
     17  +5 2014 aug 28disable known hosts sshSSH behavior — Fabric documentationSSH's host key tracking mechanism keeps tabs on all the hosts you attempt to connect to, and maintains a ~/. ssh / known_hosts file with mappings between ...
     17  +6 2014 jul 16task line pullOverview and Tutorial — Fabric documentationFabric is a Python (2.5-2.7) library and command- line tool for streamlining the use of
     18  +83 2014 sep 01argsHowever, it's possible to expand this simple usage into something more flexible, by using the provided options and/or passing arguments to individual tasks.
     19  +82 2014 sep 19rsync taling slashSynchronize a remote directory with the current project directory via rsync . ... If local_dir ends with a trailing slash , the files will be dropped inside of remote_dir.
     19  -2 2014 sep 13словари путьAs mentioned, the env object is simply a dictionary subclass, so your own fabfile code may store .... To indicate a specific file, use the full path to the file.
     20  +5 2014 sep 21rsyncWhere upload_project() makes use of scp to copy one's entire project every time it is invoked, rsync_project() uses the rsync command-line utility, which only ...
     20  +11 2014 aug 19upload multi hostOperations — Fabric documentationhost: The value of env.host_string, eg myhostname or
     21  +80 2014 aug 10fail clone scriptThere's nothing magic about it – anything you can do in a normal Python script can be done in a fabfile! ... On localhost, we have a local clone of said Web application. ... Our base case works fine now, but what happens if our tests fail ?
     22  +8 2014 sep 12rsync trailing slash
     22  +79 2014 aug 19pass through line outputThe most common method for utilizing Fabric is via its command- line tool, fab, which ... using a standard style of command- line switches, help output , and so forth. ... by using the provided options and/or passing arguments to individual tasks.
     23  +25 2014 oct 03host doc fileIf you've defined a host list at the module level or on the command line, this usage will act like ... Sets env.rcfile to the given file path, which Fabric will try to load on startup and use to ... Prints the entire docstring for the given task, if there is one.
     23  -2 2014 aug 03rsync remote portSynchronize a remote directory with the current project directory via rsync . ... Furthermore, this function transparently honors Fabric's port and SSH key settings.
     24  -6 2014 sep 18fab find loginThe most common method for utilizing Fabric is via its command-line tool, fab , which
     24  -12 2014 sep 06file get contents timeoutget returns an iterable containing the absolute paths to all local files downloaded,
     24  +3 2014 aug 31ssh keep aliveSets env.no_agent to True, forcing our SSH layer not to talk to the SSH agent ... Sets env.keepalive to the given (integer) value, specifying an SSH keepalive  ...
     24  -2 2014 jul 21how rsync worksrsync_project() is thus a simple wrapper around rsync; for details on how rsync works , please see its manpage. rsync must be installed on both your local and ...
     26  +4 2014 aug 31change shell portUseful for avoiding exceptions in situations where a “known host” changing its host key is
     26  ~ 2014 aug 18multi host uploader
     26  -1 2014 aug 18multi host upload
     27  +30 2014 sep 26c task poolMost of the time you will want to just write out the task in your fabfile ..... By default , Fabric looks for ~/.fabricrc, and this may be overridden by specifying the - c flag ...
     27  +36 2014 sep 11directory templatesFile and Directory Management¶. Module .... Templates will be loaded from the invoking user's current working directory by default, or from template_dir if given.
     27  ~ 2014 jul 31rebad long trail keywordE.g. fab task1 -H hostname task2 -i path /to/keyfile is just as valid as the more .... equals signs (=) for keyword arguments, or omit them for positional arguments.
     28  +49 2014 sep 26install pyInstalling — Fabric documentationOr, to install an editable version for debugging/hacking, execute pip install -e . (or python setup. py develop) inside a downloaded or cloned copy of the source ...
     28  +73 2014 sep 25python with statementContext Managers — Fabric documentationWhen using Python 2.5, you will need to start your fabfile with from __future__ import with_statement in order to make use of the with statement (which is a ...
     28  ~ 2014 sep 06fab pretty jobsDefining tasks — Fabric documentationTo see exactly what tasks in your fabfile may be executed via fab , use fab --list. .... of our class; that's simply normal Python object-oriented programming at work . .... own submodule, it looks kind of silly, but the benefits should be pretty obvious.
     28  +4 2014 aug 30ssh command listIf you've defined a host list at the module level or on the command line, this ... off an SSH -borne command while leveraging your fabfile's connection settings.
     28  ~ 2014 jul 31multiple hosts filesExecution model — Fabric documentationHowever, in many situations you'll find yourself wanting to execute multiple tasks and/or on multiple hosts . Perhaps ..... and append this to the bottom of the file :.
     29  +3 2014 sep 08httpdocsNote. You are not using the most up to date version of the library. 1.10 is the newest version. Welcome to Fabric's documentation!¶. This site covers Fabric's ...
     30  +31 2014 oct 04host in a boxFor each task, a task-specific host list is generated from various sources (see ..... up our migration code in our source repo, and deploy just the DB boxes again:.
     30  +42 2014 sep 29python pipFabric is best installed via pip (highly recommended) or easy_install (older, but still ... (or python setup.py develop) inside a downloaded or cloned copy of the ...
     31  +1 2014 sep 09fabric that works outsoideThe fabfile discovery algorithm searches in the invoking user's current working directory or any parent directories. Thus, it is oriented around “project” use, where  ...
     32  ~ 2014 jul 24colors of greenColor output functions — Fabric documentationFor example, to print some text as green on supporting terminals: from fabric. colors import green print( green ("This text is green !")) Because these functions ...
     34  +28 2014 sep 16install easy install pythonDependencies¶. In order for Fabric's installation to succeed, you will need four primary pieces of software: the Python programming language;; the setuptools  ...
     34  +46 2014 aug 05check get parameters hostIf you've defined a host list at the module level or on the command line, this usage ... For example, let's say you just wanted to get the kernel info for a bunch of ...
     35  +9 2014 oct 03rsync hosting freeSynchronize a remote directory with the current project directory via rsync . ... Calling this function when the current host string contains a nonstandard port, ...
     35  -3 2014 aug 27end of line fabricsUtils — Fabric documentationfabric .utils.error(message, func=None, exception=None, stdout=None, stderr= None)¶. Call func with ... Print text immediately, without any prefix or line ending .
     36  +9 2014 aug 24linux python module soWelcome to Fabric! — Fabric documentationTypical use involves creating a Python module containing one or more functions, ... Once a task is defined, it may be run on one or more servers, like so : ... uname -s [localhost] out: Darwin [ linuxbox ] run: uname -s [ linuxbox ] out: Linux Done.
     36  +47 2014 aug 16install python setup tools
     40  ~ 2014 sep 12task@ task may also be called with arguments to customize its behavior. Any arguments not documented below are passed into the constructor of the task_class ...
     40  ~ 2014 aug 20why use djangoDjango Integration — Fabric documentationOnce this is done, your fabfile may import from your Django project, or Django itself, without requiring the use of manage.py plugins or having to set the ...
     41  -15 2014 sep 30ssh command line keyThe most common method for utilizing Fabric is via its command - line tool, fab, ... our SSH layer not to talk to the SSH agent when trying to unlock private key files.
     41  +8 2014 aug 19upload to multiple hostshost : The value of env.host_string, eg myhostname or
     41  +60 2014 jul 30remote execution sshThis document explores Fabric's execution model, including the main
     42  -29 2014 sep 23file get contents timeout
     43  ~ 2014 aug 20multi hosting upload
     44  +57 2014 aug 11append to fileThe test for whether text already exists defaults to a full line match, e.g. ^<text>$, as this seems to be the most sensible approach for the “ append lines to a file ” ...
     47  ~ 2014 aug 17how to use rsyncSynchronize a remote directory with the current project directory via rsync . Where upload_project() makes use of scp to copy one's entire project every time it is ...
     47  ~ 2014 aug 08remote upload file hostingModule providing easy API for working with remote files and folders. .... Render and upload a template text file to a remote host . Returns the result of the inner ...
     49  -10 2014 sep 28python exitAbort execution, print msg to stderr and exit with error status (1.) ... get buffered by Python's output buffering (such as within a processor intensive for loop).
     50  +1 2014 oct 02hosting with sshSSH's host key tracking mechanism keeps tabs on all the hosts you attempt to connect to, and maintains a ~/. ssh /known_hosts file with mappings between ...
     50  +32 2014 sep 28sed regexpSee description of the same argumnet in ~fabric.contrib. sed for details. .... Other options may be specified with sed -compatible regex flags – for example, to make  ...
     51  +18 2014 sep 25rsync ssh portssh_opts: Like extra_opts but specifically for the SSH options string ( rsync's ... Furthermore, this function transparently honors Fabric's port and SSH key settings.
     51  -25 2014 sep 14known hostSSH's host key tracking mechanism keeps tabs on all the hosts you attempt to connect ... Add: the new host key is added to the in-memory list of known hosts , the ...
     51  ~ 2014 jul 24manage website with djangoThese functions streamline the process of initializing Django's settings module environment variable. Once this is done, your fabfile may import from your Django project, or Django itself, without requiring the use of manage .py ... Main website  ...
     52  ~ 2014 sep 05bash reqFrequently Asked Questions (FAQ) — Fabric documentationThis is required in order for Fabric to reliably figure out, after your command has run, .... While Fabric is written with bash in mind, it's not an absolute requirement .
     52  +20 2014 sep 02ssh default portuser: Fabric defaults to your local username when making SSH connections, but you can .... Defines the current user/host/ port which Fabric will connect to when ...
     52  -26 2014 aug 30end of line fabric
     52  +49 2014 jul 29hosting z sshIf you've defined a host list at the module level or on the command line, this ... Sets env.no_agent to True, forcing our SSH layer not to talk to the SSH agent when ...
     53  +28 2014 sep 05local list managementTasks with no hosts in their host list are considered local -only, and will ..... is set to True at the time of failure – with, say, the settings context manager – Fabric will  ...
     54  +20 2014 sep 21python dictionaryA simple but integral aspect of Fabric is what is known as the “environment”: a Python dictionary subclass, which is used as a combination settings registry and  ...
     54  -5 2014 aug 26knownhost open portUseful for avoiding exceptions in situations where a “ known host ” changing its host
     55  ~ 2014 aug 13text file hostingfabric.contrib. files .append(filename, text , use_sudo=False, partial=False, escape =True, ... Return True if given path exists on the current remote host . If use_sudo  ...
     56  -12 2014 aug 24store host nameDuring execution, Fabric normalizes the host strings given and then stores each part (username/ hostname /port) in the environment dictionary, for both its use ...
     57  ~ 2014 sep 05actual hosting dontHowever, decorator host lists do not override per-task command-line ... hosts and roles per-task kwargs, in that it is stripped from the actual task invocation.
     57  -28 2014 aug 24host in the shellDefault: []. Set by fab to the full host list for the currently executing command. .... Used to set the $PATH shell environment variable when executing commands in  ...
     58  -36 2014 sep 03shell user nameuser: Fabric defaults to your local username when making SSH connections, but you can ..... Used to set the $PATH shell environment variable when executing ...
     58  -6 2014 aug 03rsync remote serverremote_dir: the only required parameter, this is the path to the directory on the remote server . Due to how rsync is implemented, the exact behavior depends on  ...
     59  +42 2014 aug 20multiple users on hostingHowever, in many situations you'll find yourself wanting to execute multiple tasks ..... serves as a per- user /per- host cache, storing the most recently entered ...
     60  ~ 2014 oct 05remote file copyWhen set, this setting allows get to copy (using sudo) the remote files to a temporary location on the remote end (defaults to remote user's $HOME; this may be ...
     60  ~ 2014 oct 01r the specified file was not foundIn its most simple form, fab may be called with no options at all, and with one or
     61  +18 2014 sep 30typical username charactersSets env.user to the given string; it will then be used as the default username ... also needed whenever an argument involves other shell-related characters such  ...
     61  ~ 2014 sep 14djangoThese functions streamline the process of initializing Django's settings module environment variable. Once this is done, your fabfile may import from your Django  ...
     62  -7 2014 sep 14executionThis document explores Fabric's execution model, including the main execution loop, how to define host lists, how connections are made, and so forth.
     62  ~ 2014 aug 30on the same hostThe task list is walked through in order, and each task is run once per host in its .... only works if you want all your tasks to run on the same host list all the time.
     62  ~ 2014 aug 03rsync no userE.g. rsync_project ("/home/ username /project", "foldername/") will drop the contents of foldername inside of /home/ username /project. If local_dir does not end with ...
     63  -8 2014 sep 09hide run as commandThe most common method for utilizing Fabric is via its command -line tool, fab, which ... As detailed in Overview and Tutorial and Execution model, this will run task1 followed by .... A comma-separated list of output levels to hide by default.
     64  -8 2014 oct 04system admin deploy
     64  +37 2014 aug 23django production serverOnce this is done, your fabfile may import from your Django project, or Django ... server – which would then be interacting with your production Django database.
     64  ~ 2014 aug 01delete files remotelySynchronize a remote directory with the current project directory via rsync. ... If True, instructs rsync to remove remote files that no longer exist locally. Defaults to  ...
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