sprockets-rails 2.1 needs the precompile list to be available in all environments.
* Add a config on Active Record named `dump_schema_after_migration` * Schema dump doesn't happen if the config is set to false * Set default value of the config to true * Set config in generated production environment file to false * Update configuration guide * Update CHANGELOG
Add a config to setup whether raise exception for missing translation or not.
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By default `config.assets.raise_runtime_errors` should be set to `true` in development for new apps. Source: rails/sprockets-rails#100
When generating an app with --skip_active_record, an extra line of whitespace was included unnecessarily.
syntax. This helps removing the class level abstraction of an application.
#3180 has mention of rendering going from 1-2ms to 4 seconds with this on, which seems reasonable: debugging is slow.
This reverts commit 3eef1c7. The css compressor should be set in sass-rails plugin. Check rails/sass-rails@339529f for the fix.
With the new sprockets-rails we need to explicitly set the CSS compressor. See https://github.com/rails/sprockets-rails#changes-from-rails-3x
We discussed that the auto explain feature is rarely used. This PR removes only the automatic explain. You can still display the explain output for any given relation using `ActiveRecord::Relation#explain`. As a side-effect this should also fix the connection problem during asset compilation (#9385). The auto explain initializer in the `ActiveRecord::Railtie` forced a connection.
This reverts commit 304f4d4. As it turns out everything should behave as it did and we don't need to move this configuration option.
…ping with Rails 4.0.
Closes #8232 [ci skip]
Conflicts: activesupport/lib/active_support/core_ext/hash/slice.rb guides/source/active_support_core_extensions.md
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