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I am having a happy and also a hard time using Pipelines for the first time. After finally understanding how it works I could deploy my files using ftp-deploy. Yey!
But I could notice that the image files from my Wordpress page were not present in my theme deployment, as well as the custom folders I created, and I was wondering what I need to do to make it work and deploy all the files present in my themes folder.
I tried to use as well the sftp-deploy, but unfortunately my server has some trouble with it, so I decided to use the ftp-deploy.
here is my .yml file
@Marcos Almeida hi.
"How can I deploy without creating that folder." Try this example:
Copy recursively to the remote server directories and files without source directory
script: - pipe: atlassian/ftp-deploy:0.4.0 variables: USER: my-ftp-user PASSWORD: $FTP_PASSWORD SERVER: 127.0.0.1 REMOTE_PATH: /tmp/my-remote-directory LOCAL_PATH: build
"Also I would like to know how can I make it deploy just the new files". Check `lftp mirror` parameters from official man page for your needs.
As far as i know from previous question this is not supported but maybe you will find a solution.
Thanks for your answer.
Finally I could solve the troubles of my server and use the pipe: atlassian/rsync-deploy:0.8.1, which works much faster.
Also for the "build" folder, I found that solution after a long search.