October 14
GIT IMHO very heavy for tiny projects. And I decided to try http://pijul.com/
I am developing on Windows, but I need to test code on Linux. So I did very simple tool-chain:
Developing on Windows.
Making package with command: `pijul dist -d latest`
Syncing code to Linux VPS/VirtualBox instance with WinSCP.
Running next script that replace content of folder with latest version from archive.
Unpacking with: `unpack latest.tar.gz`

Place next script to: /usr/local/bin/unpack

##!/bin/bash
if [ ${1: -7} == ".tar.gz" ]
then
     tar --strip-components=1 -xf latest.tar.gz
else
     echo "You should specify archive name"
     echo $1
fi

latest.tar.gz should be placed in app dir folder on the same level with `sourse` folder.

Hope this will helpful!
October 14
Here is Windows .bat file that complete uploading project to server with SSH:

upload.bat:
@echo off
for %%a in ("%cd%") do set folder=%%~na
winscp.com /command "open sftp://root:PassW0rd@127.0.0.1:2222" "put latest.tar.gz /code/%folder%/" "exit"

Local folder name should be same with remote name. It's auto-detect in second line.

So you can copy-paste this script to any project without modification.

D:\code\app1 will try to upload `latest.tar.gz` to /code/app1
D:\code\myapp will try to upload `latest.tar.gz` to /code/myapp

And so on.