Render CoffeeScript files with the --bare option. Useful for JS spec helpers.
Ruby

README.md

Sprockets BlackCoffee

Yes, sometimes it may be OK to render your CoffeeScript files using the --bare option. Most notably, in test spec helper files under Jasmine.

Usage

Spec the gem in your Gemfile and bundle install.

gem 'sprockets-blackcoffee'

The gem resisters a new template that subclasses Tilt's default CoffeeScript template. Except it does one thing, it sets the --bare option to true. To use this template, name your files with the .black_coffee file extension.