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Heroku Rails

Easier configuration and deployment of Rails apps on Heroku

Configure your Heroku environment via a YML file (config/heroku.yml) that defines all your environments, addons, and environment variables.

Heroku Rails also handles asset packaging (via jammit), deployment of assets to s3 (via jammit-s3).

Install

Rails 3

Add this to your Gemfile:

group :development do
  gem 'heroku-rails'
end

Rails 2

To install add the following to config/environment.rb:

config.gem 'heroku-rails'

Rake tasks are not automatically loaded from gems, so you’ll need to add the following to your Rakefile:

begin
  require 'heroku/rails/tasks'
rescue LoadError
  STDERR.puts "Run `rake gems:install` to install heroku-rails"
end

Configure

In config/heroku.yml you will need add the Heroku apps that you would like to attach to this project. You can generate this file and edit it by running:

rake heroku:create_config

If this is a fresh project, heroku_san can create all the applications for you, and set the RACK_ENV.

rake all heroku:create heroku:rack_env

Usage

After configuring your Heroku apps you can use rake tasks to control the apps.

rake production deploy

A rake task with the shorthand name of each app is now available and adds that server to the list that subsequent commands will execute on. Because this list is additive, you can easily select which servers to run a command on.

rake demo staging restart

A special rake task 'all' is created that causes any further commands to execute on all heroku apps.

Manipulate collaborators on all this project's apps (prompts for email address):

rake all heroku:share
rake all heroku:unshare

Need to add remotes for each app?

rake all heroku:remotes

A full list of tasks provided:

rake all                   # Select all Heroku apps for later command
rake console               # Opens a remote console
rake deploy                # Deploys, migrates and restarts latest code.
rake after_deploy          # Callback run after the overall deploy
rake after_each_deploy     # Callback run after each environment's deploy
rake before_deploy         # Callback run before the overall deploy
rake before_each_deploy    # Callback run before each environment's deploy
rake capture               # Captures a bundle on Heroku
rake heroku:apps           # Lists configured apps
rake heroku:create         # Creates the Heroku app
rake heroku:create_config  # Creates an example configuration file
rake heroku:gems           # Generate the Heroku gems manifest from gem dependencies
rake heroku:remotes        # Add git remotes for all apps in this project
rake heroku:rack_env       # Add proper RACK_ENV to each application
rake heroku:share          # Adds a collaborator
rake heroku:unshare        # Removes a collaborator
rake migrate               # Migrates and restarts remote servers
rake restart               # Restarts remote servers

Frequently used tasks are not namespaced, everything else lives under heroku.

About Heroku Rails

Links

Homepage:: http://github.com/railsjedi/heroku-rails Issue Tracker:: http://github.com/railsjedi/heroku-rails/issues

License

License:: Copyright (c) 2010 Jacques Crocker, released under the MIT license.

Forked from Heroku Sans

Heroku Rails is a fork and rewrite/reorganiziation of Heroku Sans, and a nice simple set of Rake tasks for managing Heroku environments. Check out that project here: http://github.com/fastestforward/heroku_san

Heroku Sans Contributors

Heroku Sans License

License:: Copyright (c) 2009 Elijah Miller elijah.miller@gmail.com, released under the MIT license.

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