Use Grunt. Always

The worst could happen, but use grunt. Always.

A little lesson from wasted time.

Code could be wrong, thus it has to be tested, and tested, and tested. Automate that test. Do not wait to waste any more time.

A note on grunt is that shell can do the most, for example lftp is very good:


  shell: {
    upload: {
      command: 'lftp -e \'put ./myfile.tar.bz2\''

 Is better than use grunt-ftp, or grunt-ftp-deploy, or whatever.

Note on lftp: what is that certificate problem?? I just added

set ssl:verify-certificate/ no

in ~/.lftp/rc

I can not understand why it ask for ssl certificate, I just do not care