Using //= require statemements in application.js

Using require statements in application.js should reference files
located
where?
//= require bootstrap-sprockets
where is bootstrap-sprockets supposed to be located?

Hi

On Mon, Feb 29, 2016, at 18:39, fugee ohu wrote:

Using require statements in application.js should reference files located
where?
//= require bootstrap-sprockets
where is bootstrap-sprockets supposed to be located?

Any of directories in config.assets.paths. (can be checked with
Rails.configuration.assets.paths from rails console).

On Monday, February 29, 2016 at 5:13:13 AM UTC-5, nanaya wrote:

Any of directories in config.assets.paths. (can be checked with
Rails.configuration.assets.paths from rails console).

That doesn’t seem to be an answer to my question

On 29 February 2016 at 09:39, fugee ohu [email protected] wrote:

Using require statements in application.js should reference files located
where?
//= require bootstrap-sprockets
where is bootstrap-sprockets supposed to be located?

If you have included the appropriate gem in Gemfile then you don’t
need to put it anywhere.

Colin

On Monday, February 29, 2016 at 5:13:13 AM UTC-5, nanaya wrote:

Any of directories in config.assets.paths. (can be checked with
Rails.configuration.assets.paths from rails console).

I’m sorry yes it does answer my question, somewhat, thanks

On 29 February 2016 at 13:25, fugee ohu [email protected] wrote:

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having trouble getting data-description to work in bluimp-image-gallery If
you read the docs it can be found under Additional Gallery Elements The
docs say to include links to javascript scripts at the bottom of my view
using <script src= … So that’s what I did Seemed the javascript in
question wasn’t working so when I asked for help someone asked me if I was
using the asset pipeline and then if i’m using the asset pipeline why am i
putting the links to javascript scripts <script src= … in my views and the
discussion ended up concluding just about there after trying to get
clarification Here’s a gist of the files involved
https://gist.github.com/mices/f9516cb3ea9da3f3c690 ~ thanks, fugee

Not sure what you mean by gemmed out.
I believe that you should either require it in application.js (in
which case it will be compiled in with the other js files) or
specifically include it in the page using the script tag. The former
is generally preferred as it means the browser should only load the js
once for the whole website. I have not used this particular library
though so don’t know whether there is a reason why it should be
explicitly loaded in the page.

Google found this which may be helpful
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21519040/rails-4-bootstrap-set-up-assets

Colin

On Monday, February 29, 2016 at 6:44:21 AM UTC-5, Colin L. wrote:

need to put it anywhere.

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Thanks, Colin So then why require them if they’re all “gemmed out”? I’m
having trouble getting data-description to work in bluimp-image-gallery
If
you read the docs it can be found under Additional Gallery Elements The
docs say to include links to javascript scripts at the bottom of my view
using <script src= … So that’s what I did Seemed the javascript in
question wasn’t working so when I asked for help someone asked me if I
was
using the asset pipeline and then if i’m using the asset pipeline why am
i
putting the links to javascript scripts <script src= … in my views and
the discussion ended up concluding just about there after trying to get
clarification Here’s a gist of the files involved
https://gist.github.com/mices/f9516cb3ea9da3f3c690 ~ thanks, fugee

On Monday, February 29, 2016 at 8:44:22 AM UTC-5, Colin L. wrote:

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question wasn’t working so when I asked for help someone asked me if I
I believe that you should either require it in application.js (in
Colin

Bootstrap’s working, image gallery’s working So, this is not the problem
anyway The problem is i can’t get the contents of data-description to
display with the full image in the lightbox, which as it happens is the
job
of one js file I was thrown a curve with this question that was posed to
me
about the asset pipeline, but i’m very glad that you clarified that for
me
Also, if I add controls to the gallery widget, then the title displays
in
the full image lightbox view, as long as I pass a value to title in my
view
I’ve tried using static content for the data-description but that didn’t
make any difference ~ thanks, fugee

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