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Comments by Thomas Dippel

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Adding a trim() should do the trick

tmpl("template-upload", data.files[0]).trim()
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You'll probably want to add a rel="nofollow" to those admin links so Googlebot doesn't try to follow them.
You should of course protect your controller actions with a before_filter, but even then your application error log is not going to be pretty if the bot starts crawling those links :)

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@Daniel: How about using ElasticSearch with Heroku?

For something like Sunspot and Solr, you can use the WebSolr add-on, but is there any hosted ElasticSearch solutions out there, that works nicely with Heroku?

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What are the advantages of using this over Sunspot and Solr?

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Hmm... Personally I think I would have added the erb-preprocessor to the coffeescript-file and referenced the constant through an erb block:

jQuery ->
  Stripe.setPublishableKey('<%= STRIPE_PUBLIC_KEY %>')
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Has anyone had any success with using the "binding.pry" feature with Pow?

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Quick question.

Let's say that the author of the main app that uses the engine, decides to mount it under a different path.
For instance:

mount Uhoh::Engine => "/failures", :as => "uhoh"

How would this influence the assets used by the engine.
I imagine that the image at the top of the Uhoh failures page would fail, as the engine is no longer in the /uhoh path?

<%= image_tag "uhoh/alert.png" %>

Or is this handled automatically by Rails?