sprockets-standalone - Rack task library for using Sprockets standalone.

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Rack task library for using Sprockets standalone. You can give a name to the task that will be used for namespacing. The example above will generate the rake tasksassets:compile, assets:clobber and assets:clean. Default value for name is assets.

https://github.com/jgraichen/sprockets-standalone

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