Debug assets by default in development and test environments #2581

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@spastorino spastorino merged commit 8bd76aa into rails:master Aug 19, 2011

#2411 seems like a more flexible and simpler version of this feature.

I'd prefer to see that one merged in over this, with the default for config.assets.debug set to true in development mode.


@spohlenz agree, commented on #2411

@tenderlove tenderlove added a commit that referenced this pull request Aug 22, 2011
@tenderlove tenderlove Merge branch '3-1-stable' into 3-1-0
* 3-1-stable: (21 commits)
  Added a test to check for correct behaviour with no options in add_index command recorder
  Using .try to test for the existence of a method option in a nil-resistent manner. Inlined the determination of the options hash for reversing using a ternary operator. Shortens the method in a way that keeps the code neat
  Neatened up the invert_add_index method as per suggeston
  Simple fix for correctly inverting an add_index migration when a name has been provided
  Merge pull request #2524 from JonathonMA/fix_ecd37084b28a05f05251
  Fix Sprockets rewrite_asset_path
  Merge pull request #2620 from cesario/3-1-0
  Fix sprockets warnings
  Use typewriter styling on url_for in documentation
  Merge pull request #2609 from guilleiguaran/bump-sprockets-beta14
  remove extra space since comment_if already returns the space. (cherry picked from commit 5e73a2f)
  Merge pull request #2596 from dharmatech/patch-1
  Merge pull request #2595 from smartinez87/assets-guide
  Merge pull request #2597 from dharmatech/patch-2
  Merge pull request #2604 from vijaydev/params_wrapper_docs
  Merge pull request #2602 from ernie/fix_predicate_builder_primary_key_assumption
  Merge pull request #2603 from vijaydev/guides
  Merge pull request #2581 from guilleiguaran/debug-assets-in-dev
  Revert "Deprecate the use of non-public methods by Module#delegate"
  mailer guide: fixes indentation, and use fixed width fonts wherever necessary
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