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Standup 05/22/2012: [SF] CarrierWave is messy

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“CarrierWave is messy leaving files in the tmp directory when running tests. Is rm -rf the best answer?”

Yes!

“While the we love Rails, we don’t need it, we just want its asset packaging features. Some suggest using sprockets. Do you have other suggestions?”

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Comments
  1. Serguei Filimonov says:

    I’ve used sprockets to great success in single-page-app javascript setup. Provides lots of asset packaging/concatenation/interpretation goodies.

  2. Esteban says:

    Jammit is great!

    I’ve replace sprockets with jammit in a couple of rails projects.
    It just need a rake sass:update (custom task) before running jammit on deployment, and it’s great!

    Also, you can add your own MD5 fingerprint with another plugin to make it more sprockets-like

  3. If you want to use Sinatra instead of Rails and get asset packaging, check out Sinatra AssetPack:

    http://ricostacruz.com/sinatra-assetpack/

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