[web-devel] [yesod][newbie] Yesod applications on foreign architectures
greg at gregweber.info
Thu Jun 30 21:24:10 CEST 2011
I think Heroku has to officially support anything you need installed. So if
you can just deploy a binary you should be good. So restrictions are
probably compiling it on the same architecture elsewhere with static
On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 12:09 PM, Daniel Patterson
<lists.haskell at dbp.mm.st>wrote:
> Does Heroku really support Haskell? My impression was that with Cedar they
> were opening the doors for more language / framework support (and examples
> of Clojure and Python apps have popped up), but it seemed like each one was
> detected as such by Heroku, which would mean they explicitly added support
> for it (even if it wasn't "officially" supported like rails and node.js).
> If so, that would be very exciting indeed... having a dead-simple way to
> deploy applications would both make my life easier and would make selling
> haskell web development to clients MUCH easier.
> On Jun 30, 2011, at 2:54 PM, Greg Weber wrote:
> > Is this just about deploying for free? Amazon & Heroku both offer free
> deployment of a small instance. There is actually nothing stopping you from
> deploying haskell to Heroku now- just use their recently released Cedar
> stack. You will have to read a few docs, but should be much easier than
> deploying to AIX :) I would use Heroku now if I wasn't already on Amazon.
> Let us know if you go that route so we can document how to deploy there and
> make it easier.
> > Greg Weber
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