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require_tree is pretty simple

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@@ -32,9 +32,9 @@ Sprockets, the rails tie that powers the asset pipeline, provides three directiv
The require directive loads a file with the supplied basename from the following paths: app/assets/*, lib/assets/*, vendor/assets/*, as well as any of your gem's asset files.
-Require tree does...
+Using the +require_tree+ directive you can easily include an entire folder of assets. The paths must be relative, so begin them with either a forward slash or dots. For example to include a folder in the same directory I would do +require_tree ./folder_name+
-Require self does...
+Require self does... something
h4. Stacking Preprocessors

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