My django project has a docker-compose.yml file for local development. When I start a deploy to the app platform - it detects a dockerfile project.
It still does it if I rename the docker file to something other than docker-compose.yml.
How do I tell app platform that this app is a django application?
Also I’ve created an app spec under .do/app.yaml to clearly dictate that this is a django app. With minimal changes to it. https://github.com/digitalocean/sample-django/blob/main/.do/app.yaml
Does the UI not look at the .do/app.yaml to populate the fields in the app creation form?
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