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Rake task to copy local files to remote server via FTP
# Rake task to copy local files to remote server via FTP
# required credentials.yml file, that contains keys:
# server, username, password
require "net/ftp"
require "yaml"
class FTPClient
attr_reader :remote_path
def initialize(remote_path)
@remote_path = remote_path
end
def ftp
@ftp ||= Net::FTP.new
end
def connect
ftp.connect(credentials["server"])
ftp.login(credentials["username"], credentials["password"])
ftp.passive = true
# ftp.debug_mode = true
ftp.chdir(remote_path)
end
def delete_recursive(file_or_dir)
if file_or_dir == list(file_or_dir).first
puts "Removing file: #{file_or_dir}"
ftp.delete(file_or_dir)
else
list(file_or_dir).each { |entry| delete_recursive(file_or_dir + "/" + entry) }
puts "Removing directory: #{file_or_dir}"
ftp.rmdir(file_or_dir)
end
end
def copy_recursive(file_or_dir, prefix_to_remove = nil)
remote_file_or_dir = prefix_to_remove ? file_or_dir.gsub(prefix_to_remove, "") : file_or_dir
if File.directory?(file_or_dir)
puts "Creating directory #{remote_file_or_dir}"
ftp.mkdir(remote_file_or_dir)
Dir.glob(file_or_dir + "/*").each { |entry| copy_recursive(entry, prefix_to_remove) }
else
puts "Creating file #{remote_file_or_dir}"
ftp.putbinaryfile(file_or_dir, remote_file_or_dir)
end
end
# file list
def list(path = nil)
# ftp.nlst(path).select { |f| f != "." && f != ".." }
ftp.nlst(path).select { |entry| entry !~ /^\.{1,2}$/ }
end
def credentials
@credentials ||= YAML.load_file("credentials.yaml")
end
end
class Deployer
def self.run(local, remote)
ftp_client = FTPClient.new(remote)
ftp_client.connect
# Remove all files
ftp_client.list.each do |entry|
ftp_client.delete_recursive(entry)
end
# Copy files placed in public directory
Dir.glob(local + "/*").each do |entry|
ftp_client.copy_recursive(entry, local + "/")
end
ensure
ftp_client.ftp.close
end
end
# copy all entries in local public directory to remote www directory
desc "deploy via ftp"
task :deploy do
Deployer.run("public", "www")
end
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