I have been looking around for quick and easy ways for deploying website content from our version control system, without having a build process ( the site is ninety nine percent static html and has nothing to build ). The only aspects that are interesting from a build process is a minifying resources and less compilation.
I have seen a few posts around the web suggesting a git post-receive hook. The idea of pushing the desired codebase to the desired server is desired, is in fact quite appealing. I have worked a lot in the past with solutions such as Jenkins, that work great for build solutions, but seemed like overkill for this context.
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