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Non-Rails Rackup with Sprockets, Compass, Handlebars, Coffeescript, and Twitter Bootstrap
@import "compass"
@import "bootstrap"
#= require bootstrap
require 'bundler'
Bundler.setup :default, (ENV['RACK_ENV'] || 'development')
require 'sprockets'
require 'compass'
require 'sprockets-sass'
require 'bootstrap-sass'
require 'handlebars_assets'
require 'coffee-script'
map '/assets' do
environment = Sprockets::Environment.new
environment.append_path 'assets/javascripts'
environment.append_path 'assets/stylesheets'
environment.append_path 'assets/templates' # for Handlebars templates
environment.append_path HandlebarsAssets.path
# Adds Twitter Bootstrap Javascripts
environment.append_path Compass::Frameworks['bootstrap'].templates_directory + '/../vendor/assets/javascripts'
run environment
end
run lambda{|env| [200, {}, ['Put your app here.']]}
source "https://rubygems.org"
gem 'sprockets'
gem 'sprockets-sass'
gem 'sass'
gem 'compass'
gem 'bootstrap-sass'
gem 'handlebars_assets'
gem 'coffee-script'
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maxidr Mar 23, 2012

Very useful!!! thanks for share.
Another good idea is to add coffeescript, right? :D

maxidr commented Mar 23, 2012

Very useful!!! thanks for share.
Another good idea is to add coffeescript, right? :D

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millisami Feb 21, 2013

Can you add the app structure tree so that the above path makes much more sense?

Can you add the app structure tree so that the above path makes much more sense?

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