Heroku Buildpack for V
This buildpack installs the most recent commit of V from https://github.com/vlang/v.
Since I am no longer interested in the V language, this repository is no longer maintained. If you are interested in taking over, let me know by opening an issue.
Create a Heroku app with this buildpack
$ heroku create --buildpack https://github.com/louis77/heroku-buildpack-v.git
Set the buildpack for an existing Heroku app
$ heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/louis77/heroku-buildpack-v.git
To deploy a V app, your repo should contain at minimum these files:
app.v will be compiled and run on deploy.
vpm.txtis a list of VPM modules that will be installed using
v install ... before your app is compiled. List one module per line and terminate with a new line:
You can omit
vpm.txt, no packages will be installed then.
Find available VPM modules in the VPM modules directory.
remote.txt is a list of remote git repo urls and their module name that will be installed using
git clone remote_url ~/repo_author_name/module_name and
ln -s ~/repo_author_name ~/.vmodules/ before your app is compiled. List one repo and module name per line separated by a space and terminate with a new line:
https://www.github.com/username/repo_name.git repo_author_name module_name https://some_other_url/username/another_repo.git repo_author_name module_name_too
creates the following directories:
You can omit
remote.txt, no repos will be cloned then.
If there is no Procfile in the base directory of the code being built, then a default Procfile is created that that looks like this:
Hacking on this buildpack
To change this buildpack, fork it on GitHub & push changes to your fork. Contributions are very welcome!
- Support to define desired commit/branch of V
- Cache compiled V binary
- Cache installed modules
- Add config facility
© Louis Brauer under The MIT License. Feel free to do whatever you want with it.