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Quickly set up and tear down Heroku apps!

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happy
=====

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Quickly set up and tear down Heroku apps!

Quickly starting
----------------

Add an `app.json manifest`_
that looks kinda like this:

.. code:: json

{
"name": "My App Thing",
"repository": "https://github.com/helloitsme/thingy",
"env": {
"FROBULATION_LIMIT": {
"description": "Maximum frobulations per lunar cycle.",
"value": "7"
}
},
"addons": [
"pusher"
]
}

Push that to your thing's ``master`` branch on GitHub so Heroku can find it.

Log in with the `Heroku toolbelt`_ , then do this:

.. code:: text

$ pip install happy
$ happy up
Creating app... butt-man-123
Building... done
It's up! :) https://butt-man-123.herokuapp.com

That's it! You made a temporary app with all the fixins, which you can
use to continuously integrate or whatever you want to do.

Then, you can get rid of it like:

.. code:: text

$ happy down
Destroying app butt-man-123... done
It's down. :(

.. _app.json manifest: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/app-json-schema
.. _Heroku toolbelt: https://toolbelt.heroku.com/

Commands
-------

up
~~

Brings up a Heroku app.

The app name is stored in a file called ``.happy`` in the working directory so
happy can find it later.

- ``--tarball-url``

(optional) URL of the tarball containing app.json. If this is not given,
happy tries to infer it from an ``app.json`` file in the current directory.

down
~~~~

Brings down a Heroku app.

The app name is read from a file called ``.happy`` in the working directory.

Running the tests
-----------------

1. Install tox_ with ``pip install tox``.
2. Run the tests with ``tox``.

.. _tox: https://tox.readthedocs.org

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