I am trying to run on Heroku. I usually stick to Sinatra projects
where I write all the code, and am using Ruby 1.9.2 and latest gems
for everything.

I have a client that needs Radiant CMS for a project. I see Radiant is
still Rails 2.x and Ruby 1.8.7 amongst other things.

I have tried out the instructions on the wiki to run Radiant on
Heroku, but the wiki leads to a dead end. I am using REE for the
1.8.7. following the instructions leads to all sorts of errors due to
the use of old gems, deprecated methods etc.

Is there a reliable document somewhere, where a trusty install of this
codebase can be made to heroku...

The existing wiki article steps that result in a mess are:
git clone git://github.com/radiant/radiant.git vendor/radiant
cd vendor/radiant
git submodule init
git submodule update
rm -rf `find . -name .git`
rm .gitmodules

The submodules do not seem to initialize to anything useful. There are
no .gitmodules to remove. And further, trying to run rake gems:install
bombs out on a faulty Radiant install and deprecation notices about
rdoc...and rack/cache.

Quite  a mess...

Is there a nice bundler compatible Gemfile around that would allow a
nice Heroku PostgreSQL Radiant CMS to be deployed with HAML

Just curious... seems like a nice system...

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