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How to update Ghost on Windows Azure

While trying Ghost I found myself in the need of updating the code to keep it up to date with the latest version available on github, and since both getting the updates and the deplyoment to Azure Web Sites is done via git I wrote a small batch file that automates the process. #! /bin/bash echo Pulling from Azure git pull azure master echo Pulling updates from origin git pull origin echo Compiling assets grunt init grunt prod echo Committing to local repository git commit -a -m "Applying changes from origin" echo Pushing to Azure git push azure master A little explanation of what the script does: It pulls from Azure in...

Using github behind a firewall

If you are behind a firewall that blocks port 22 you’ll not be able to access github using the standard procedure described in the Set Up Git help page. If you are looking for more introductory information on using github and git I recommend you read my other post on Getting started with Git and GitHub. When trying to login to github over ssh you get this error if you are behind a firewall that block port 22. $ ssh -vT git@github.com OpenSSH_4.6p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8e 23 Feb 2007 debug1: Connecting to...

Getting started with Git and GitHub

Now that Subtext, the blogging engine I’m working (or at least I should) on together with Phil Haack, has been officially moved to GitHub (guess the reason why), I finally have a reason to really study git and github. I already tried starting a few years ago, and even used it a bit lately to work on the ugialt.net conference site (here the conf-oo github repo), but never really studied in depth, and still didn’t fully get the key differences between a traditional source control and a distributed source control. So I asked around and found some good...

How to quickly get started with Git/GitHub

It seems like the all cool guys are moving to GitHub, which uses, as the name implies, GIT as source control system. What is Git The main difference between Git and all the other main SCS like CVS, SVN, TFS is that Git is a "distributed version control system". This means that when you are working, you are doing against your own “clone” of the repository, you do check-ins locally, and then you push the changes up to the master version of the repository. Given it's distributed nature, Git makes easier contributing to opensource projects, but it...