Allow project to be in a sub-dir #19

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jamesward opened this Issue Jun 18, 2012 · 6 comments

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anfuerer Dec 4, 2012

+1 for a fix

anfuerer commented Dec 4, 2012

+1 for a fix

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GeeF commented Feb 5, 2013

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emilesilvis Mar 1, 2013

Yes please.

Yes please.

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ploddi Jun 23, 2014

Multiproject repos as well.
Is there same way to configure sbt at build phase like Procfile for execution?

ploddi commented Jun 23, 2014

Multiproject repos as well.
Is there same way to configure sbt at build phase like Procfile for execution?

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Play 2.3 app in a subdirectory of git repo #28

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the21st Jun 17, 2015

+1

the21st commented Jun 17, 2015

+1

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This is currently supported with the sbt-heroku plugin.

For git deployment, we recommend that the sub-dir subproject be a git submodule, which can be deployed independently as a workaround. That is, until we come up with a better general purpose solution for the buildpack.

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jkutner commented Jun 18, 2015

This is currently supported with the sbt-heroku plugin.

For git deployment, we recommend that the sub-dir subproject be a git submodule, which can be deployed independently as a workaround. That is, until we come up with a better general purpose solution for the buildpack.

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