Guard::Jammit watches your assets to automatically package them using Jammit.
Tested on MRI Ruby 1.8.7, 1.9.2, 1.9.3, REE and the latest versions of JRuby and Rubinius.
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The simplest way to install Guard is to use Bundler. Please make sure to have [Guard] installed.
Add Guard::Jammit to your
group :development, :test do gem 'guard-jammit' end
Add the default Guard::Jammit template to your
Guardfile by running:
$ guard init jammit
Please read the Guard usage documentation.
Guard::Jammit can be adapted to all kind of projects. Please read the Guard documentation for more information about the Guardfile DSL.
There are many options that can customize Guard::Jammit to your needs. Options are simply supplied as hash when
defining the Guard in your
guard :jammit, :package_on_start => true, :notifications => :false do ... end
The general options configures the environment that is needed to run Guard::Jammit:
:config_path => 'assets.yml' # YAML configuration file to use for Jammit # default: 'config/assets.yml' :output_folder => '' # Overwrite to configured output folder # default: nil :base_url => 'http://www.site.com' # Base URL for building the MHTML stylesheets # default: nil :public_root => 'htdocs' # Overwrite to configured public root # default: nil :force => true # Force package generation. # default: false :package_names => [:admin, :deps] # The package names to package. # default: nil
The workflow options define how Guard::Jammit behaves on Guard states.
:package_on_start => true # Initial package when Guard starts # default: false
These options affects what system notifications (growl, libnotify or notifu) are shown after a spec run:
:notifications => false # Show success and error notifications. # default: true :hide_success => true # Disable successful package run notification. # default: false
You can report issues and feature requests to GitHub Issues. Try to figure out
where the issue belongs to: Is it an issue with Guard itself or with Guard::Jammit? Please don't
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When you file an issue, please try to follow to these simple rules if applicable:
- Make sure you run Guard with
- Add debug information to the issue by running Guard with the
- Add your
Gemfileto the issue.
- Make sure that the issue is reproducible with your description.
Pull requests are very welcome! Please try to follow these simple rules if applicable:
- Please create a topic branch for every separate change you make.
- Make sure your patches are well tested.
- Update the Yard documentation.
- Update the README.
- Please do not change the version number.
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