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heroku-deploy-archive v2.0.0

Deploy to Heroku from an archive

heroku-deploy-archive

The successor of the heroku-build plugin

Installation

After installing the Heroku Toolbelt run:

$ heroku plugins:install heroku-deploy-archive

the plugin should now be listed under heroku plugins:

$ heroku plugins
=== Installed Plugins
heroku-deploy-archive

Usage

After loggin in with the heroku toolbelt (heroku auth) bundle all the files you need to be deployed together as a tarball, like this:

cd files-to-be-deployed
tar cvvf deploy-me.tgz ./*

then deploy with:

$ heroku deploy:archive -app your-app ./deploy-me.tgz some-version

Where some-version should be replaced with a meaningful version information (it's up to you).

For instance you may want to do:

$ heroku deploy:archive --app ./deploy-me.tgz "$(git rev-parse HEAD)"

which will use the current git commit hash as the version to be displayed on the "Activity" panel on heroku.com.

Contributing

Found a bug or have an improvement or new feature in mind? Awesome! Just go for it with either a pull request or an issue - also check out the Contributing.md file

License

MIT License.

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