Use the latest version of GraphicsMagick (1.3.21) inside Heroku.
This buildpack is built to be used through heroku-buildpack-multi, so in your app you need to:
heroku config:set BUILDPACK_URL=https://github.com/ddollar/heroku-buildpack-multi
Then, create a
.buildpacks file inside your app:
This example was based on the nodejs buildpack, but it can be used with any other. If it is not working with yours, please report a bug.
You shouldn't need to worry about when using on Heroku.
There are separate binaries for Heroku's
cedar-14 stacks. When
deploying to Heroku the buildpack automatically chooses which binary to use
based on the
STACK environment variable that Heroku sets during slug
If you are using this buildpack outside of Heroku you will need to make sure to
STACK environment variable to get the binaries built for your system.
To change this buildpack, fork it on Github. Push up changes to your fork,
then create a test app with
--buildpack <your-github-url> and push to it.
To change the vendored binaries for ImageMagick, use the helper scripts
You'll need an S3-enabled AWS account and a bucket to store your
The bucket name and imagemagick version are stored in the configs.sh file,
so update it there (if you plan to contribute back to this repo, do this
in a separate commit).
Multiple binaries must be built to support Heroku's multiple stacks. If you are
cedar-14 then set
STACK=cedar-14 and if you are building for
cedar then set
STACK=cedar so that the binaries are uploaded to S3
To rebuild the ImageMagick package, you can:
$ export AWS_ID=xxx AWS_SECRET=yyy STACK=<cedar or cedar-14> $ s3 create $S3_BUCKET $ support/package_graphicsmagick
Commit and push the changes to your buildpack to your Github fork, then push your sample app to Heroku to test. You should see:
-----> Downloading graphicsmagick YOUR_IMAGE_MAGICK_VERSION_HERE
There is also a
Vagrantfile which can be used with
(Vagrant)[https://www.vagrantup.com/] to build
machines using Heroku's own open-source provisioning scripts. This allows you
to build and test your changes in a local VM with a shared filesystem rather
than having to push your changes up to Github and building on Heroku.
To build with VMs install (Vagrant)[https://www.vagrantup.com/] and then run
vagrant up. Once it completes you will have two running VMs named
cedar-14. Vagrant by default will map your project folder to
the VM's filesystem.
This is an OPEN Open Source Project -- this means that:
Individuals making significant and valuable contributions are given commit-access to the project to contribute as they see fit. This project is more like an open wiki than a standard guarded open source project.
This project is currently being maintained by Ben Alavi (@benalavi).
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Copyright (c) 2012 Heroku, Inc.
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