Unleash is a tool to release and manage versions of 'stuff', for example web pages. It is not a CMS, but made to use when a CMS is overkill.
When working with unleash, you have a staging folder, called 'stage', a number of frozen snapshots, and an active release called 'active' which is a symlink to one of the snapshots.
For example, if you have a web page, you might put your content in /stage and serve it at https://stage.example.com while working with it, and when satisfied, freeze it. If you serve /active att http://www.example.com, you can then atomically release the new version by using 'unleash activate'.
unleash -p <path> init - create new environment (creates the s unleash [-p <path>] freeze [name] - create a snapshot of stge unleash [-p <path>] thaw <name> - update stage from the snapshot named <name> unleash [-p <path>] activate <name> - activate the snapshot named <name> unleash [-p <path>] active - get the name of the currently active snapshot
Roadmap/stuff to be done:
- cgi & WSGI interface
- delete snapshots
- prevent deletion and thawing of active snapshot
- example .htaccess files
Copyright (c) 2011, Fredrik Håård
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