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I'm working in rails 3.2 and I receive an error when I try to push to heroku:

 git push heroku master
Counting objects: 496, done.
Delta compression using up to 8 threads.
Compressing objects: 100% (435/435), done.
Writing objects: 100% (496/496), 5.17 MiB | 249 KiB/s, done.
Total 496 (delta 125), reused 216 (delta 8)

-----> Heroku receiving push
-----> Removing .DS_Store files
 !     Heroku push rejected, no Cedar-supported app detected

 ! [remote rejected] master -> master (pre-receive hook declined)
error: failed to push some refs to ''

I have tried the few methods recommended on this forum, including emptying and reinstalling the Gems and deleting and adding the remote, to no avail.

any suggestions?

Make sure that your Rails app is in the root of the repo, the Gemfile is present and properly named. It is basically not able to detect your code base as one of the supported project types and hence failing it. Also, even if you do have a proper project, make sure it is part of the repository and you have committed it fine (git status will help you here and a ls should help you verify the project structure).

You can convert your remote repository to bare repository (there is no working copy in the bare repository - the folder contains only the actual  In your remote repository folder run the following command: $ git config --bool core.bare true. Now you can delete all the files except .git in that folder. After that, you will be able to perform git push to the remote repository without any errors. To learn more, you can visit the git tutorial and git commands.

If you run $ heroku logs you may get a "hint" to what the problem is. For me, Heroku could not detect what type of app I was creating. It required me to set the buildpack. Since I was creating a Node.js app, I just had to run $ heroku buildpacks:set You can read more about it here: No pushing issues after that.

I know this is an old question, but still posting this here incase someone else gets stuck.

[rejected] master -> master (fetch first) error: failed to push some refs to 'https://​' hint: Updates were rejected because the remote  [remote rejected] master -> master (n/a (unpacker error)) The solution is quite simple though requires access to the master repo: Apparently because of git configuration mishmash in my remote repos I’ve got some files checked in as root and naturally when I tried to update the same files under a different account (git) I wasn’t able to rewrite the files.

In Heroku, you may have problems with pushing to the master branch. What you can do is to start a new branch using

git checkout -b tempbranch

and then push using

git push heroku tempbranch

remote: error: By default, updating the current branch in a non-bare repository [K [remote rejected] master -> master (branch is currently checked out) error:  Then delete all the files except .git in that folder. And then you will be able to perform git push to the remote repository without any errors. improve this answer. edited Feb 12 '13 at 21:45. Peter Mortensen. 89 silver badges. 118 bronze badges. answered Jul 14 '10 at 22:45. 11 silver badges. 5 bronze badges.

You might also want to check for Heroku telling you there's a typo in your CSS file.

Read through the long boring messages in the terminal closely after you push. There may be something like this: Invalid CSS after. It means Heroku has found a typo and you need to fix it in the CSS file.

You can do a find for rake aborted! and directly after that it should say why the push failed.

remote: Permission denied to update branch master.00:19:32.132723 pkt-line.c:​46 packet: push< \1000eunpack ok0033ng refs/heads/master  Re: [remote rejected] master -> master (n/a (unpacker error)) In reply to this post by Jonathan Nieder-2 I am getting the same kinds of errors, but the resolutions offered here did not work.

If you get this error and the terminal is not descriptive enough to help you, Heroku might be able to tell you what is wrong through their website. Try the following:

  1. log in to Heroku and go to your dashboard;
  2. select the problem application from the list; and,
  3. check the build logs under the "Activity" tab.

In my case, I had accidentally ignored my Gemfile.lock.

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  • Reinitializing the repo worked for me, details here:…
  • in my world, i was deploying package.json with an extra comma. (#nodejs, #ember-cli)
  • I had not committed all my changes to the remote repo
  • running heroku logs showed the exact problem. thanks :)
  • It's working fine after created a new branch from master and pushing from there
  • Works. Thank you.
  • In my case I merged master into a pre-existing branch and pushed. No idea why it works but the push was successful.