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Don't add .mustache extension to template file name if it already has an extension #138

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@jliszka jliszka commented May 6, 2014

It's reasonable to want to have "home.html" be a mustache template, for example. The current logic will turn that into "home.html.mustache" in development but not in production.

It's reasonable to want to have "home.html" be a
mustache template, for example. The current logic
will turn that into "home.html.mustache" in development
but not in production.
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Don't add .mustache extension to template file name if it already has an extension
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@capotej capotej commented Oct 15, 2014

Thanks!

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Don't add .mustache extension to template file name if it already has an extension
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Don't add .mustache extension to template file name if it already has an extension
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