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Setting up RocketPants in your rails application is pretty simple and requires a minimal amount of effort. Inside your environment configuration, RocketPants offers the following options to control how it's configured (and their expanded alternatives):
-`config.rocket_pants.use_caching` - Defaulting to true for production environments and false elsewhere, defines whether RocketPants caching setup as described below is used.
--`config.rocket_pants.cache` - A `Moneta::Store` instance used as the RocketPants cache, defaulting to a moneta memory instance. Change for proper caching. (See [here](https://github.com/wycats/moneta) for more information on Moneta.)
+-`config.rocket_pants.cache` - A `Moneta::Store`/ Moneta adapter instance (depending on the version of Moneta in use)used as the RocketPants cache, defaulting to a memory-based. Change for proper caching. (See [here](https://github.com/minad/moneta) for more information on Moneta.)
-`config.rocket_pants.header_metadata` - Defaults to false, if true enables header metadata in the application.
-`config.rocket_pants.pass_through_errors` - Defaults true in development and test, false otherwise. If true, will pass through errors up the stack otherwise will swallow them and return a system error via JSON for any unhandled exceptions.