Run custom commands during the build process.
This buildpack allows to execute arbitrary commands on the build dyno during the build process by running one or more user-supplied Bash scripts.
Add the buildpack to your app:
heroku buildpacks:add https://github.com/weibeld/heroku-buildpack-run
Create the file
buildpack-run.sh in the root directory of your app. For example:
# This is buildpack-run.sh echo "Hello World"
Now push your app to Heroku as usual. The
buildpack-run.sh script will be run by Bash during the build.
Note that it is not required to add a
#!/bin/bash to your script (but if it's there, it doesn't do any harm).
If you want to use a script with a different name than
buildpack-run.sh, then you can specify this file in the Heroku app config variable
For example, if your script is called
heroku config:set BUILDPACK_RUN=script.sh
The specified value must be a filename relative to the root directory of your app, so it could also be something like
Note that the
BUILDPACK_RUN config variable takes precedence over the default
buildpack-run.sh file. So, if you have both, a
BUILDPACK_RUN variable and a
buildpack-run.sh file, then only the file in
BUILDPACK_RUN will be executed.
You can specify multiple files in
BUILDPACK_RUN by separating them with colons:
heroku config:set BUILDPACK_RUN=script1.sh:script2.sh:script3.sh
The scripts will be executed sequentially in the specified order.
You can specify arguments to your scripts, just as you would on the command line.
For, example, you can do something like this:
heroku config:set BUILDPACK_RUN="script1.sh 1 2 3:script2.sh hey 'hello world'"
And this will execute
bash script1.sh 1 2 3 and then
bash script2.sh hey 'hello world'.
The following variables holding information about the Heroku build environment are accessible to your scripts:
BUILD_DIR: absolute path of your app's root directory on the build dyno
CACHE_DIR: directory on the build dyno that persists between builds
ENV_DIR: directory containing files for the app's Heroku config variables
The working directory for your scripts is
BUILD_DIR, which is the root directory of your app.
Licensed under the MIT License. See LICENSE.md file.
Copy the snippet above into CLI.