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Updated README.txt. Please see djeploy module

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-fabric-deploy-django
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+THIS IS NO LONGER UPDATED. PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING MODULE:
 
-Easily reusable fabfile that can be used with the fabric application 
-to quickly deploy a Django project using Apache, mod_wsgi, virtualenv 
-and pip.
-
-
-Dependencies
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-
-You will need to have fabric installed to use this fabfile. Install it
-it like so:
-
-$ sudo pip install fabric
-
-It was written for Python 2.6+
-
-If you use a Python version less than 2.6 then please refer to this 
-URL:
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-http://docs.fabfile.org/en/1.2.2/index.html#documentation
-
-You will need to add the following to your fabfile.py:
-
-from __future__ import with_statement
-
-
-Install
--------
-
-Simply copy the fabfile.py to the root of your project directory and 
-edit the fabfile.py to fit your project.
-
-Project structure should look like so:
-
-myproject/
-  apache/
-    wsgi_handler.py
-    myproject.conf
-  requirements.txt
-  fabfile.py
-  myproject/
-    __init__.py
-    urls.py
-    settings.py
-
-
-Configure
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-
-Edit the following globals:
-
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-env.project_name = 'PROJECT_NAME'
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-This is the name the project (ie, "myproject" above in the structure example)
-
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-env.run_south_migrate = True
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-Run 'python manage.py migrate' after syncdb is run.
-
-
-env.copy_base_settings_local = False
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-If true, the script will look for a file named myproject/base_settings_local.py
-and copy it to myproject/settings_local.py
-
-
-env.num_releases = 7
-
-The number of old releases to leave on the deploy destination.
-
-
-Edit the 3 deploy defining functions in the fabfile (local, staging, prod):
-
-
-env.hosts = ['localhost']
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-Host(s) that the commands should be run on
-
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-env.path = '/path/to/envs/myproject'
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-Path for this project to be deployed to.
-
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-env.user = 'yourusername'
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-The username to run the commands as
-
-
-env.run_type = 'local'
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-If this is set to 'local' then the internal function _is_local() will evaluate 
-to True. This means that the deploy is actually being run on the LOCAL machine.
-This is mostly used for testing the deploy process. Anything other than 
-'local' will mean that the deploy will be run on whatever hosts are set in 
-"env.hosts"
-
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-env.repo_path = '/path/to/local/repo/myproject'
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-Path (local FS or URL) to the repository to clone (or pull from) during the 
-deploy.
-
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-env.repo_rev = 'tip'
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-The revision to use when pulling/cloning from the repository 
-(set in env.repo_path above) 
-
-
-Use
----
-
-Here is a basic deploy to the LOCAL machine:
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-$ fab space:local deploy:full
-
-Or say to the production environment:
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-$ fab space:prod deploy:full
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-Or say you just want to update the code and touch the WSGI handler:
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-$ fab space:prod deploy:update
-
-
-TODO
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-Create a more through install and use docs.
-
-Auto import __future__ if using Python < 2.6
-
-Make various functions more loosely coupled to the tools currently.
-(ie, easy to switch from deploying with hg to git or svn, etc.)
-
-
-Copyright & Warranty
---------------------
-All documentation, libraries, and sample code are 
-Copyright 2010 Peter Sanchez <petersanchez@gmail.com>. The library and 
-sample code are made available to you under the terms of the BSD license 
-which is contained in the included file, BSD-LICENSE.
+djeploy - https://bitbucket.org/petersanchez/djeploy