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Re: [NYC-rb] Capistrano tool for mapping task hierarchy?

From: Scott Taylor (.
Sent on: Saturday, December 1, 2012 6:23 PM

One possible option: parse the output of --dry-run.  

I'm guessing (but not sure) that unlike rake, capistrano dependencies can *only* be analyzed at runtime (or with a ruby parser).



On Nov 30, 2012, at 4:47 PM, Stephen Schor <[address removed]> wrote:

We were talking about this at work the other day...
Is there a gem / rake task or something that generates output about your cap tasks, their run order / dependency / who calls who?

It doesn't sound crazy-hard to build.
If it doesn't exist - sounds like a good hack day project.
Add a pinch of Graphviz in there and boom - profit - you straight ballin'.

I'll make you look like you're good at computers,


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