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Capistrano using Mercurial (a.k.a Hg)

in Ruby
As you may notice I’m a big fan of Mercurial which is a great DSCM a lot more easier to learn and use than Git in my opinion.

As a Rails developer, I like to use Capistrano to deploy my websites.

Most of Rails developers use Git because it is the de-facto DSCM to use with Rails since all projec...

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Effectivly manage a static website with Nanoc

in Ruby
Couple months ago I was working on my personal website that I decided to re-write from scratch since most of the existing things had to be scratched off and replaced.

This site has a really simple purpose: present myself, my knowledges and projects I work on. A way for potential customers & ...

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Chef - Setup remote server seamlessly

in Unix
Chef is a Ruby Gem which aims to help sys admins in the process of managing servers.

Chef brings the ability to write ruby code rather than running commands on the servers to manage them. You’ll be able to install softwares, create users, write configuration files and so on through code.

This i...

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Pow using rbenv

in Ruby
Couple weeks ago I switched from RVM to rbenv because I think it’s a cleaner and faster way to handle Ruby versions. It is more respecful of the Unix philosophy.

It worked like a charm right after the installation but Pow wasn’t working anymore. There’s just a little trick to know.

So let’s hav...

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