Openshift application updater
This project is currently just a placeholder helping to ensure that the 'openshift' npm module is actually controlled by folks in the OpenShift team.
The long-term goal of this module is to allow developers to make their existing web applications fully openshift compatible in one or two simple steps.
Currently, this does nothing:
npm install openshift
Try this instead:
cd $YOUR_PROJECT_FOLDER # I'm assuming that your project is a git repo git remote add upstream -m master firstname.lastname@example.org:ryanj/nodejs-custom-version-openshift.git git pull -s recursive upstream master # merge in a basic OpenShift skeleton
Then, resolve any merge conflicts, review the changes and additions, and commit your updated application code:
git add filename # after fixing, for each file that contained a merge conflict git commit -m 'merging in OpenShift dependencies for node.js applications' git push # to enhance your GitHub project, making it OpenShift compatible.
Finally, provision and deploy your new OpenShift-compatible node.js application in one step:
rhc app create mynodeapp nodejs --from-code=http://github.com/YOUR_GH_PROFILE/YOUR_GH_REPO.git
rhc command-line output should return your live application URL.
For additional help, see: