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Git Runner: Ruby framework to run tasks after git push

Git Runner is a ruby framework to implement and run tasks after code has been pushed to a Git repository. It works by invoking git-runner through hooks/post-update in your remote Git repository. Have a look at this Demonstration video (ascii.io recorded) of Git Runner performing an application deploy (using capistrano) after code has been pushed to the remote repository. Documentation is fairly light at this time but all that really needs to be done is: install gems (git-runner and git-runner-deploy) and symlink hooks/post-update to git-runner.

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