Run custom commands during the build process.
This buildpack allows to execute arbitrary commands on the build dyno during the build process.
To use it, you have to create the file
buildpack-run.sh in the root directory of your app. This file can contain arbitrary Bash commands. If you then activate the buildpack (see below),
buildpack-run.sh will be sourced during the build. The working directory will be the root directory of your application.
This buildpack is useful for finding out information about the build process.
# Create file 'buildpack-run.sh' containing bash commands echo 'echo "hello world"' >buildpack-run.sh heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/weibeld/heroku-buildpack-run.git
On the next
git push heroku master, the
heroku-buildpack-run buildpack will be used.
For more information on how to use custom buildpacks, see https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/third-party-buildpacks#using-a-custom-buildpack.
To use multiple buildpacks, you can use heroku-buildpack-multi:
# Create file 'buildpack-run.sh' containing bash commands echo 'echo "hello world"' >buildpack-run.sh # Create file .buildpacks listing the buildpacks you want to use cat <<EOF >.buildpacks https://github.com/heroku/heroku-buildpack-ruby.git https://github.com/weibeld/heroku-buildpack-run.git EOF heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/ddollar/heroku-buildpack-multi.git
On the next
git push heroku master, all the buildpacks listed in
.buildpacks will be used.
Licensed under the MIT License. See LICENSE.md file.
Copy the snippet above into CLI.