This template was forked from greendog-rails-template on github. It was modifed to use Hobo
This is a Rails Template to facilitate the quick set-up of new Rails applications.
- Run Hobo wizard to setup Hobo
- Incorporates hobo_jquery and paperclip_with_hobo
- Incorporates Paul Irish's HTML5 Boilerplate v1.0 for template, reset, css, etc.
- Templates, stylesheets, and views use haml and sass by default.
- Compass for managing CSS mixins and frameworks.
- Adds a simple 12-column grid framework from http://www.1kbgrid.com/ (converted to sass).
- Uses Ethan Schoonover's Solarized for the default color palette.
- Adds a basic stylesheet with header, nav bar, body, and footer, and styles for flash messages and buttons.
- Adds a partial to render form error messages.
- Adds a Gemfile with commonly used gems, and some some optional gems available to un-comment when needed.
- Creates a custom RVM gemset for the application, and installs all Gems via bundler.
- Uses RSpec and factory_girl instead of test-unit.
- Implements automatic log rotation for server logs, based on log size.
- Adds a config/app_config.yml file and corresponding initializer, to facilitate app-specific config settings.
- Disables timestamped_migrations to make the filenames more usable in TextMate.
- Sets up a Git repository complete with gitignore list, and commits the entire project. (hobo wizard)
- Adds a demonstration page to help get started (/demos)
- 2011-06-29: Removed full conversion to jquery due to Hobo requiring prototype. Added hobo_jquery and paperclip_with_hobo.
- 2011-06-27: Integrated Hobo
- 2011-04-10: Switched to manually-integrated blueprint and compass, instead of via existing gems. Changed default style to be simpler, and to use Solarized for the color palette.
Get a copy of the template:
git clone git://github.com/bsleys/hobo-rails-template.git /tmp/hobo-rails-template
Create a new Rails application as normal, specifying the path to the template script with the -m flag:
rails new appname -d mysql -m /tmp/hobo-rails-template/template.rb
Create your database, run your migration, and start the rails server with
to `http://localhost:3000/demos a sample page.
See the documentation page for a summary of how to use each of the features.
- Add capistrano deploy.rb file.
- Optionally (based on user interrogation) set up features like devise, paperclip, etc.
- http://rdoc.info/github/wycats/thor/master/Thor/Actions - Actions used in app template generators (e.g. InjectIntoFile)
Thanks to others whose work has steered me in the right direction: