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# Use this file to configure alternate versions of your application. Be sure to
# restart your server whenever you make changes.
Ress.configure do |config|
# == Canonical Subdomain
#
# If the canonical version of your application is served under a subdomain
# you must set it here:
#
# config.set_canonical :subdomain => "subdomain"
#
# By default, alternate version subdomains are prepended to the canonical url.
# If you are using a canonical subdomain and you would like it to be replaced
# by the alternate subdomains, set this option to true:
#
# config.replace_canonical_subdomain = false
# == Modernizr
#
# There are a couple of Modernizr features that must be included in order for
# Ress's javascript feature detection to function. If you are not already
# using Modernizr in your app you can automatically include a build that has
# been packaged with the gem by setting the below flag to true. If you include
# your own build (recommended), ensure that you include "Touch Events" and
# "Media Queries", eg:
#
# http://modernizr.com/download/#-touch-mq-teststyles-prefixes
#
# config.include_modernizr = false
# == Adding Alternate Site Versions
#
# You can register multiple alternate versions of your app by making calls to
# "config.add_alternate". For example:
#
# The following will add an alternate version served under
# "mobile.your_domain.com" and redirect devices with screens smaller than
# 640px wide to that version. On the server, it will prepend
# "app/mobile_views" to the view_paths, so templates there will take
# precedence over those in "app/views" and add `mobile_request?` controller /
# helper method to your application.
#
# config.add_alternate({
# :name => 'mobile',
# :media => 'only screen and (max-width: 640px)'
# })
#
# You can configure the subdomain of a version by passing the ":subdomain"
# option to "add_alternate". For example, the below will serve the mobile
# version under "m.your_domain.com" but will still call the controller /
# helper method `mobile_request?` and prepend "app/mobile_views" to the
# view_paths
#
# config.add_alternate({
# :name => 'mobile',
# :media => 'only screen and (max-width: 640px)',
# :subdomain => 'm'
# })
#
# By default the view_path added for a version is generated from the version
# name "app/#{name}_views". You may change this path by passing the
# ":view_path" option, eg:
#
# config.add_alternate({
# :name => 'mobile',
# :media => 'only screen and (max-width: 640px)',
# :view_path => Rails.root.join('lib', 'mobile_views')
# })
end