Update README.md #6

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tibbon commented Jan 17, 2013

Added better documentation to the readme to clarify how to get started.

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tibbon commented Jan 17, 2013

I don't have time at the moment to update it, but it seems that New Relic has made it a bit harder to find their API key too, and it should be noted that you don't have this by default in Heroku.

Its shown on your New Relic -> Availability Monitoring page at the bottom. Testing it out now.

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MadRabbit commented Jan 17, 2013

i think heroku automatically sets ENV['APP_NAME'] in production, you don't need to set it up in the config

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tibbon commented Jan 17, 2013

Ah, i think my app is currently in 'staging', which is why it might be returning nil.

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MadRabbit commented Jan 19, 2013

no, i meant heroku sets it up for you automatically when you deploy, doesn't matter staging or production, it's one of theirs builtin env vars.

are you sure you don't have it? coz i have it on all my apps, you don't see it enlisted in heroku config, but it's there and accessible from within the app

noma4i commented Feb 2, 2013

Still open issue?

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MadRabbit commented Feb 2, 2013

Still trying figure if there is an issue at all. The env var supposed to be in there by default

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noma4i commented Feb 2, 2013

Just tested, APP_NAME is empty by default

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MadRabbit commented Feb 2, 2013

okay, merge it is then. also, weird, why do I have it? it's not in the config list, but it's available in runtime

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