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How to skip Dockerfile when deploying to App Platform?
I have a repo with Flask app which I copied from https://github.com/digitalocean/sample-flask.
For development purposes only, I’ve created a minimal Dockerfile.
Now, when I try to deploy the app to App Platform it tries to deploy it as Docker app, however I want to deploy it as Python app.
.do/deploy.template.yaml but no luck.
Just in case, here are my configs:
# app.yaml name: backend services: - environment_slug: python github: branch: main deploy_on_push: true repo: simetrique/backend name: backend run_command: gunicorn --worker-tmp-dir /dev/shm --config gunicorn_config.py main:app # deploy.template.yaml spec: name: backend services: - environment_slug: python git: branch: main repo: https://github.com/simetrique/backend.git name: backend run_command: gunicorn --worker-tmp-dir /dev/shm --config gunicorn_config.py main:app
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