The Wintersmith build pack will look for two files in the app root:
. ├── Makefile └── Procfile
The first stage of the compilation is identical to that of a default Node.js
node_module binaries are then added to the path and the site generated
heroku task in the
Add this build pack to your
heroku config:add BUILDPACK_URL="https://github.com/tlvince/heroku-buildpack-wintersmith.git#wintersmith"
Or, with a recent version of the heroku gem, set it at creation time:
heroku create --stack cedar --buildpack https://github.com/tlvince/heroku-buildpack-wintersmith.git#wintersmith
Then create a
Makefile task with the command used to build the site:
heroku: wintersmith build site
Makefiles can be found in my portfolio
Copy the snippet above into CLI.