Charlie: You're not letting the wild card do his thing.
Dennis: Is there any reason behind what you're doing?
Charlie: Wild card.
— It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Run a command across multiple apps by including
* in the app name.
$ heroku ps --app=myapp-* # myapp-staging === web: `bundle exec rails server thin -p $PORT` web.1: up 2013/03/02 19:40:05 (~ 1h ago) # myapp-production === web: `bundle exec rails server thin -p $PORT` web.1: up 2013/03/02 11:53:30 (~ 9h ago) web.2: up 2013/03/02 11:56:05 (~ 9h ago)
You can also use commas for more precise specification:
$ heroku maintenance:on -a thing1,thing2
Or match against the Git remote name:
$ heroku config:set -r* BUILDPACK_URL=https://github.com/tpope/heroku-buildpack-ruby-tpope
Try it with the Heroku binstubs plugin:
$ heroku binstubs:create 'myapp-*' --as each-env
cd ~/.heroku/plugins git clone https://github.com/tpope/heroku-wildcards.git
Requires a version of the Heroku CLI with legacy Ruby support.
$ heroku --app myapp run console ! `--app` is not a heroku command. ! Perhaps you meant `--help` or `apps`. ! See `heroku help` for a list of available commands.
Don't you just hate that? Well, since I was already monkeying with the dispatcher, I went ahead and fixed it.
Copyright © Tim Pope. MIT License. See LICENSE for details.