Pretty much a straight port of spine.rails3 to Padrino + Mongomapper.
However, it uses a some of my forks to get things done in a more efficient manner. Spine can work just fine with Padrino out of the box, it just takes a bit more effort. My forks should eliminate the extra effort required.
- Fork of padrino-sprockets & Padrino for better sprockets based assset handling.
- Fork of sprockets-jquery-tmpl for the JS views. The original was only compatible with rails.
Most importanlty it uses my fork of padrino-responders which provides Rails-esque responders.
If you create a new project you'll need to add those gems to your Gemfile to get any code examples found in the project to work.
gem 'sprockets' gem 'coffee-script' gem 'sprockets-jquery-tmpl', :git => 'git://github.com/bookworm/sprockets-jquery-tmpl.git' gem 'uglifier' gem 'padrino-sprockets', :git => 'git://github.com/bookworm/padrino-sprockets.git' gem 'padrino-responders', :git => 'git://github.com/bookworm/padrino-responders.git' gem 'yajl-ruby', :require => 'yajl' # Padrino fork with better asset handling gem 'padrino', :git => 'git://github.com/bookworm/padrino-framework.git'
Thats about it, have fun!