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This project is a Heroku CLI plugin for deploying WAR files. It can also be used to deploy executable JAR files. If you are using Maven, see the Heroku Maven plugin, which is a more robust method of WAR and JAR file deployment.



heroku-cli-util : ^6.0.14



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