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|Last commit||over 1 year ago|
|Repo Created||over 3 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 1 year ago|
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Meteor Up is a command line tool that allows you to deploy any Meteor app to your own server.
You can install and use Meteor Up on Linux, Mac and Windows. It can deploy to servers running Ubuntu 14 or newer.
This version of Meteor Up is powered by Docker, making deployment easy to manage and reducing server specific errors.
Read the getting started tutorial.
Meteor Up requires Node v4 or newer. It runs on Windows, Mac, and Windows.
npm install -g mup
mup should be installed on the computer you are deploying from.
Mup supports Meteor 1.2 and newer. To use Meteor 1.4 and newer, you will need to change the docker image. A list of docker images is available here.
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mup validateshows message when config is valid
appproperty exists in the config, but
Prepare Bundletask is now only shown when
Prepare Bundleis enabled
No such containererrors in the script for Prepare Bundle since they are normal and could cause confusion on what caused the script to fail
_origionalConfigproperty, with the config before it was normalized or prepared by plugins
addLocationending location with a period when a detail's path is empty
Start Meteortask always succeeding despite errors starting the app when using
Verifying Deploymentwhen using the host network
mup setupfor the first time
pluginApi.commandHistoryto check which commands have run