Add support to filter the assets that should be precompiled #3

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lucasmazza commented Jun 20, 2012

Most of the times you would just precompile a single js or css file, instead of the entire project.

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Yes, this is a tricky one. So your change means you can run: build app/assets/application.js ?

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maccman commented Jun 20, 2012

Yes, this is a tricky one. So your change means you can run: build app/assets/application.js ?

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No, just build application.js application.css

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lucasmazza commented Jun 20, 2012

No, just build application.js application.css

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Merge pull request #3 from lucasmazza/whitelist-assets
Add support to filter the assets that should be precompiled

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Cool. I've added you as a contributor on the repo, but let's still do changes as a pull request. Thanks so much!

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maccman commented Jun 20, 2012

Cool. I've added you as a contributor on the repo, but let's still do changes as a pull request. Thanks so much!

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Thanks!

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lucasmazza commented Jun 20, 2012

Thanks!

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