Tag: heroku

Heroku Cedar Python: requirement in github – clone fails with error 128

i wanted to use the pyfire github library https://github.com/mariano/pyfire this is what pip freeze produced for me: -e git+ssh://git@github.com/mariano/pyfire.git@db856bb666c4b381c08f2f4bf7c9ac7aaa233221#egg=pyfire-dev but when doing so the clone that is being done to install the dependencies fails with error code, i can’t heroku run console to check out the full error log… any experience with this or ideas? […]

getting error when trying “git push heroku master”

Following railstutorial.org, and I’m getting this error when I try to push to heroku: # git push heroku master Counting objects: 85, done. Delta compression using up to 2 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (68/68), done. Writing objects: 100% (85/85), 87.95 KiB, done. Total 85 (delta 18), reused 0 (delta 0) —–> Rails app detected —–> […]

how to create staging environment in heroku and push app

I have a rails project deployed on heroku which has only a production environment. I’ve created a staging environment by doing: “heroku create appname –remote staging” the slug size for on my exsiting application is 4.4MB and the .git repository is 85MB. when I do git push staging master, it tries to upload all 85MB […]

How to deploy separate 2 apps with 1 shared module on Heroku

The application I want to run on Heroku consists of 3 items: a HTML frontend (www.myapp.com) a JSON API (api.myapp.com) and a common utility class both share Since I use different subdomains (and I can’t merge the 2 frontends), I have to create 2 separate Heroku apps, so I also need 2 Procfiles. Right? Now, […]

Location of app when pushed to Heroku

I have a Rails project under git. The structure is: SomeProject -Docs -Src -Rails Rails is the root of the rails application, but SomeProject is the root of the repo. When I try and push to Heroku I get: Heroku push rejected, no Cedar-supported app detected So my questions are: Would this be resulting because […]

Heroku local is not using my latest code. Why?

I’m trying to get a very simple database-backed golang heroku app working as a hello world. The deployed Heroku version of my app is working perfectly, and if I manually test it locally, it works perfectly, but heroku local is stubbornly using an old version of my code. Specifically: $ heroku local forego | starting […]

git-svn-id is missing from some commits

I have an old SVN repository that I checked out using git-svn in order to work on it and push to Heroku. I was doing a pretty standard git push heroku master, git svn rebase, git svn dcommit dance and things were fine. However, recently I’ve been doing a fair bit of git work and […]

.gitignore not ignoring the files Django

So I’m testing out Heroku with a dummy app called hellodjango, and pushing everything to git. Added my .gitignore file (tell me if I’m wrong, I created a text document called django.gitignore, and the contents are 1 line, no spaces, venv*.log*.pot*.pyclocal_settings.py. Not sure what I’m doing wrong, but here is my directory hellodjango/ django.gitignore manage.py […]

Heroku: Git error after application fork

Setup: I have a Node.js (MEAN fullstack) application (ie. myApp) deployed on heroku that works fine. I deploy with standard git push $ git push heroku master I wanted to create a staging replica of the application and used heroku fork to do so (as per https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/fork-app) . $ heroku fork -a myApp myApp-staging The […]

Use to use homebrew to upgrade to non-vulnerable version of git (CVE-2014-9390)

Today I installed git via homebrew (brew install git). It downloaded git version 2.1.2. Downloading https://downloads.sf.net/project/machomebrew/Bottles/git-2.1.2.m However, when I run heroku apps I get Your version of git is 2.1.2. Which has serious security vulnerabilities. I thought homebrew would install the latest, patched version that addresses the recent git security vulnerability (https://blog.heroku.com/archives/2014/12/24/update_your_git_clients_on_windows_and_os_x). Also, when I […]

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