`setup do` creates unnecessary allocations of proc objects in test callbacks. This prevents that from happening and results in faster code. Originally I had done this as `def setup` and all Railties tests passed. See 044f9ab. Later it was reported there was an issue with this that caused routes in tests to be nil because devs don't generally call `super` in their test setups. Because of that I reverted the commit until I could find a suitble replacement. `before_setup` esentially does the same thing but without the requirement that applications call `super` in their test setups.
While this was true before when every `dd` had a value, this patch makes sure that everything keeps lining up even when the `dd` node is blank.
sprockets-rails will only add `Rails.application.assets` if compile is no false. See change on sprockets-rails rails/sprockets-rails@d7c7ee1
… help These options are not actually available. Thanks @soutaro for letting me aware of this.
This is a squash of the following commits, from first to last: - Fix minor, random things I’ve come across lately that individually did not seem worth making a PR for, so I saved them for one commit. One common error is using “it’s” (which is an abbreviation of “it is”) when the possessive “its” should be used for indicating possession. - Changes include the name of a test, so remove the `[skip ci]` (thanks @senny). - Line wrap the changes at 80 chars and add one more doc fix. - Add a missing line wrap in the Contributing to Ruby on Rails Guide. - Line wrap the `TIP` section in the Contributing to Ruby on Rails Guide as well. Rendering the guide locally with `bundle exec rake guides:generate` did not show any change in on-screen formatting after adding the line wrap. The HTML generated is (extra line added to illustrate where the line wrap takes place): <div class="info"><p>Please squash your commits into a single commit when appropriate. This simplifies future cherry picks and also keeps the git log clean.</p></div> - Squash commits.
Before: namespace :foo do namespace :bar do get 'baz/index' end end After: namespace :foo do namespace :bar do get 'baz/index' end end