Capistrano occasionally fails to pull git repo
Capistrano sometimes fails to pull the newest source from github, but shows no errors.
On several occasions now,
cap deploy did not pull the latest code from my git repo, but showed no errors in the process.
cap deploy does not fix the issue, but running
git pull origin master on the actual server does pull in the newest code without any problems.
If I understand correctly,
cap deploy is by default using the deploy branch - could this be the reason that pulling the master fixes the issue?
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