Brightbox Gem v2 User Guide

The Brightbox Gem is a set of extensions to the Capistrano deploy recipes that makes it very easy to deploy a Rails application onto a Brightbox.

Please note: Since Gem version 2.4.1, the brightbox command has been deprecated and replaced by the brightbox-capify command.

If you've not used the gem before try out Quick Start Guide

This guide covers version 2.4 of the Brightbox gem. Run brightbox -v to see whether you need to upgrade.

docs/gemv2/start.txt · Last modified: 2013/07/17 14:46 by ben

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