I have, let’s say 10 deployments on Heroku of a web application; I would like to rollback to the 6th release The first step is to rollback on Heroku, then I have to git clone the web application through this command heroku git:clone -a myapp My question is, how to update the developpment files, locally, […]
I’m new to git, pip, Python, and Heroku (where I’m building my project), so bear with me. I’m building a Python app on Heroku and decided to use a library from GitHub (specifically https://github.com/arcward/ticketpy). I installed it through pip install ticketpy and it worked fine, and later re-installed it manually with python setup.py install which […]
Here is the error log: remote: Compressing source files… done. remote: Building source:remote: remote: —–> Node.js app detected remote: remote: —–> Creating runtime environment remote: remote: NPM_CONFIG_LOGLEVEL=error remote: NPM_CONFIG_PRODUCTION=true remote: NODE_VERBOSE=false remote: NODE_ENV=production remote: NODE_MODULES_CACHE=true remote: remote: —–> Installing binaries remote: engines.node (package.json): ~6.11.0 remote: engines.npm (package.json): ~5.0.3 remote: remote: Resolving node version ~6.11.0 via […]
I need an advice. How to push build/www to heroku. I have github project and I’d like to push it onto heroku but my build folder is ignored. I do not want to build project directly on heroku cause the devDependencies required. What is the right solution to work with this?
I am pushing to my heroku app after two months without push anything, and I am finding some compilation errors. This is the output when I try `git push heroku master’ Counting objects: 25, done. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (25/25), done. Writing objects: 100% (25/25), 16.64 KiB | 0 […]
I created a Django website and filled the database with some entries. I then uploaded the site to Heroku. Later, I added more entries, but I mistakenly added them to the remote database. I would like to (1) sync the local and remote databases (so that all the new material I added to the remote […]
I noticed that git is used as a deployment tool, e.g. in Heroku. Does it make sense? What are the advantages of using git this way?
I’ve done quite a bit of searching on Stackoverflow and on various websites and can’t seem to find a quick answer on how to clone a git repository from my local machine to an FTP server. I’m working with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Also my webapp is being run on Heroku.
I am building a site with Node.js and Express. $ git add . $ git commit -am “Heroku” $ heroku login $ heroku addons:create heroku-postgresql:hobby-dev $ git push heroku master I am trying to deploy from Ubuntu to Heroku in the above procedure The following message & error appears. Counting objects: 12961, done. Compressing objects: […]
I had been using a Subversion for my source control, combined with git ONLY to deploy (push) to heroku. My pattern was: Update local working copy from latest master at remote subversion repository. Then do git commit and git push heroku (Git was set to ignore .svn stuff). This working copy I only used to […]