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Standup – 3/19/2009


One of our teams ran into an issue with javascript in their staging environment so they turned on asset package caching in development to try and hunt it down. It was a hassle to remove the all.js and all.css files over and over when developing in order to get Rails to regenerate them. Is there a better way? The suggested solution was to just shell out before each request in development mode with rm public/stylesheets/all.js


Desert, Rails 2.3 and some pivotal plugins aren’t playing together very nicely at the moment, but it’s being worked on and should be resolved fairly soon. For now if you’re using Desert you probably shouldn’t upgrade.

  1. grosser says:

    maybe have a look at bundle_fu , which can work without configuration and repacks automatically in development

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