(R)?ex Deployment & Configuration Management


Post-migration updates & clean-up

Over the course of the past weeks many clean-ups have been done, reaping the benefits provided by our new Statocles-based site:

New site engine for rexify.org

After months of work on a new site backend, we reached the MVP today for our site to be switched over to a new engine: from now on, our site will be maintained using the static site generator Statocles.



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Release notes for 0.37


With this plugin it is possible to call Rex tasks from within Eclipse. See the RexOps/eclipse-rex-plugin for more information.

You can use thise module by installing it via rexify.

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# From within a project
bash# rexify --use=Rex::DNS:Bind

# To create a new project
bash# rexify mynewproject --use=Rex::DNS::Bind

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set dns => {
      server => "",
      key_name => "mysuperkey",
      key => "/foobar==",

task sometask => sub {
      domain => "rexify.org",
      host   => "foobar01",
      data   => "",

      domain => "rexify.org",
      host   => "foobar01",
      type   => "A",

    my @entries = Rex::DNS::Bind::list_entries(domain => "rexify.org");
    print Dumper(\@entries);

See Rex::DNS::Bind for the API documentation.

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task "taskone", sub {
   run_task "tasktwo", on => "foo", params => { key1 => "value1", key2 => "value2" };

task "tasktwo", sub {
   my $param = shift;
   print Dumper($param);
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