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Quickly set up and tear down Heroku apps!

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Quickly set up and tear down Heroku apps!

Quickly starting

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

{
  "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:

$ 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:

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

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.

  • --auth-token

    (optional) Heroku API auth token. If this is not given, happy assumes you’re logged in through Heroku CLI, i.e. your token is stored in your netrc file.

  • --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.

  • --auth-token

    (optional) Heroku API auth token. If this is not given, happy assumes you’re logged in through Heroku CLI, i.e. your token is stored in your netrc file.

Running the tests

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

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