This is what my root directory for the app looks like looks like:
flask-submission-form ├ app │ ├ templates │ │ ├ base.html │ │ └ index.html │ ├ app.py │ ├ extensions.py │ └ __init__.py ├ assets │ └ css │ │ ├ custom.css │ │ └ main.css ├ .env ├ .gitignore ├ definitions.py ├ gulpfile.js ├ package-lock.json ├ package.json ├ postcss.config.js ├ Procfile ├ README.md ├ requirements.txt └ tailwind.config.js
This is what the
app/ directory looks like:
app ├ templates │ ├ base.html │ └ index.html ├ app.py ├ extensions.py └ __init__.py
__init__.py contains my main app code, which is like so:
from flask import Flask, request, render_template import os from .extensions import register_extensions def create_app(): app = Flask(__name__) register_extensions(app) @app.route("/", methods =["GET", "POST"]) def index(): if request.method == "POST": # Do a Bunch of Stuff
app.py looks like this:
from app import create_app app = create_app()
I put this in my
web: gunicorn app.app:create_app()
But when I try to deploy this to Heroku, I’m getting the following error:
remote: ! Push failed: cannot parse Procfile. remote: ! Please try pushing again. remote: ! If the problem persists, see https://help.heroku.com/ and provide Request ID 28547bd1-bce5-f7f2-e770-b2cb7b73be26. remote: remote: remote: ! remote: ! ## Warning - The same version of this code has already been built: fbbc38150c6a8d344932d53a7c40ae4880c288c8 remote: ! remote: ! We have detected that you have triggered a build from source code with version fbbc38150c6a8d344932d53a7c40ae4880c288c8 remote: ! at least twice. One common cause of this behavior is attempting to deploy code from a different branch. remote: !
How do I configure my
Procfile correctly, given my application structure, so that it can be correctly deployed? If it helps, this is my repo.
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