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I use VIM for writing rails code. As you may know, VIM puts a temporary copy of the file blah.ext in blah.ext~ to indicate that the file is being edited. Rails, for some reason (I will see if I can figure out why), decides to include these files in application.css, verbatim, as if they are just plain css files. So if I go to test a layout change locally, I get a very annoying double include of, for example blah.css.scss: one copy translated to normal css, and one not translated. Very odd...
P.S. this is for rails 3.1
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A fix on the Vim end is to switch where vim keeps its swap files like this set dir=~/.vim/tmp.
Can you provide a patch with tests?
I think this issue is belong to 'sprockets', it handles by process_require_tree_directive in lib/sprockets/directive_processor.rb
I have sent a pull to 'sprockets'. sstephenson/sprockets#119
Great so closing it here