Hi,

I have a version I managed to hack running on my localhost with pow,
Radiant Version 1.0.0.rc2.

Tested it out and both development and production work fine... it
seems...

I then pushed it to heroku, and it runs there too... but none of the
assets work properly off the heroku version?

Why is that? What is the trick to rendering assets on heroku? All my
assets are 404?

Thanks


On Sep 1, 2:33 pm, Jim Gay <j...@saturnflyer.com> wrote:
> Dave,
>
> You can definitely run radiant on Heroku.
>
> We're actively in the process of trying to get 1.0 out and the issue
> with the Gemfile.lock has come up and we're addressing it.
>
> I've not looked at the wiki about that in a while, but we'll update
> the information when its available.
>
> You should be able to run on 0.9.1
> Take a look at Jeff Casimir's tips about 
> ithttps://groups.google.com/group/radiantcms-dev/msg/d47949c17daf9a83?p...
>
> This will get easier, I promise, but please leave feedback about the
> details above.
>
>
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> On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Dave <hunkyb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Adding to my last post...
>
> > I decided to try the instructions on using edge. So I ran the rake
> > freeze and got to the point where I wanted to run the site. It
> > complained about not having all the gems, so I ran bundle install.
> > That complained about not having radiant 1.0.0.rc3.
>
> > Nice... I do not see that as being realistic, so I edited the Gemfile
> > down to rc2, and the bundle installed. Should it all go now?
>
> > ===> Radiant could not be initialized. Please verify that vendor/
> > radiant contains a complete copy of the Radiant sources.
>
> > What is that?
>
> > This simple Rails CMS is reinforcing why I stay away from Rails
> > anything and just write code for Sinatra...
>
> > Any tips on this??? Should I just tell the client that Radiant is very
> > unstable and probably best to hold off on using this till a small gang
> > comes along and cleans it up? Is that happening? I don't monitor this
> > project much and so I have no idea if it a good time to jump in... I
> > see some milestones for Rails 3, and Ruby 1.9.2 but none of that seems
> > even close to testing with the general use people... like me...
>
> > On Sep 1, 12:56 pm, Dave <hunkyb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
>
> >> 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
> >> templates???
>
> >> Just curious... seems like a nice system...
>
> --
> Jim Gay
> Saturn Flyer LLChttp://www.saturnflyer.com
> 571-403-0338

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