note: This guide is now considered legacy and use of the new API is recommended. A high level guide to migrate to the new API can be found here.
Get an Auth Token
Generate an External Auth Token for your build server to use from your Raygun User Settings page
Install the Gem
gem install capistrano-raygun-deployment
Or if you are using Bundler
echo "gem 'capistrano-raygun-deployment'" >> Gemfile bundle install
Add the following to your
Finally, add the following to your config.
set :raygun_api_key, "YOUR_APPLICATIONS_API_KEY" set :raygun_auth_token, "YOUR_EXTERNAL_AUTH_TOKEN" set :raygun_release_path, "releases/LATEST" #optional, defaults to RELEASE
This can either go in
config/deploy.rb or in
config/deploy/production.rb depending on whether you want it to run in every environment or not. We recommend having a separate Raygun Application per environment, so would suggest you put it in the environment specific config files.
When you are ready to deploy, create a release file in
RELEASE (or whatever release path you have chosen) with the following format:
version: 18.104.22.168 ownerName: Jamie Penney emailAddress: firstname.lastname@example.org notes: | # Testing out the rake plugin * More markdown formatting ### Jamie
The next time you deploy,
capistrano-raygun-deployment will register your deployment with Raygun!