heroku and asset sync, which puts the S3 config vars in from your app config.
Small translations of mobile "My Activity" and add translation "via mobile" for mobile posts
This fixes issues with mobile UI rendering Issues fixed: * vendor/bootstrap.css and vendor/bootstrap-responsive.css need to be precompiled for the mobile UI to render properly * Rails 3.1 is more strict about layout fallbacks, the single-post view in the mobile UI needs to have the "application" layout specified to render properly
Replace all references to new_templates.css with the correct filename, new-templates.css
there was a collision with the aspects-dropdown view in the new publisher, also it takes too much time with it on
Add contact-list.js to the list of precompiled assets. contact-list.js is required to display user serarch results, but was not precompiled by default (in jammit or in the asset pipeline), which causes a 500 error on Heroku.
* Add the Rails 3.1+ Bundler.require statement to config/application.rb (properly enabling the :assets group) * Move handlebars_assets gem into the :assets group where it belongs. :) * Downgrade sass-rails to 3.1.4 since enabling the :assets group exposed a known bug in sass-rails ~> 3.1.5 [rails/sass-rails#78].
Implement the jquery_include_tag helper, which is used in several views but was not implemented in the code. This helper attempts to load jQuery from the Google CDN (matching the version of the vendored jquery.js in jquery-rails), falling back to the vendored copy if the google CDN fails. The helper also loads jquery_ujs.js from jquery-rails. A jquery_cdn setting is added to application.yml to enable or disable serving jQuery from the Google CDN (for those podmins who would rather not use Google's services). Update app/views/application.html.haml to use the jquery_include_tag helper since it was the only view that was including the vendored copy of jquery directly with jquery_include_tag.
Add translation app/views/admins/correlations.haml[ci skip]
Add translation app/views/admins/_admin_bar.haml for Admin Panel