Speed up CtrlP vim plugin and automatically clear it’s cache using guard | Hacks 'R' us
Command-T provides a file navigator for vim, such as the modal that popped up in Textmate when you hit -t. While it worked well for a while, it relied on an external Ruby library, causing issues with rvm as outlined in my previous post. Then recently it refused to work with MacVim entirely, due to a rendering issue that made it unusable. Tmp/cache/sass/9e16d302b803e71649858656bd7da287cac6ab9b/ alternating-rows-and-columns.scssc tmp/cache/assets/D3B/DD0/sprockets%2Fba7a4ad6548c886b0d4054293aec5e07. Restar...
Capistrano with Rails 3 and bundler | Hacks 'R' us
Given that interactive prompting is nasty with Capistrano, and I don’t want a single application’s gems installed system-wide anyway, I did a little research and found a hardly documented way to install the gems inside the Rails application directory (what used to be vendor/gems). Apparently you don’t use vendor/gems anymore, but vendor/bundle. The idea is almost the same though. Here is the task you need, in order to make bundler unpack the gems there:. Shared path, 'bundle'. Task :bundle new release.