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BTW, I wrote up how I use git commit/push hooks for deploying http://blog.markwatson.com/2013/06/automating-clojure-web-ap...



Using a VCS as your deployment strategy is The Wrong Way to do it.

I won't go into it in this comment because it's been beaten to death and you can find information about deployments everywhere; even the commenter on your blog post makes a better suggestion than your VCS deployment strategy.

Continuous integration, source/binary distributions, automated provisioning, sandboxing, versioning, etc...; it's all out there.

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For a lot of cases, you are correct that continuous testing, integration, deployment is the way to go, especially when deployed systems have many moving parts. However for small projects, mimicking a Heroku style of testing locally, commit changes, and use git hooks for deployment seems like a good solution.

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