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Include inside your Gemfile
gem "thin"
gem "faye"

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PS> It's turbolinks. See my post to Lisa up above. ^^^

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Hey Lisa,
I figured it out: Turbolinks.

Take a look at Episode 390 (http://railscasts.com/episodes/390-turbolinks).

The way Ryan has written the code, it should be compatible with turbolinks; I think it's turbolinks that needs some work.

Basically I had to add a 'data-no-turbolink' attribute within one of my html tags. I tried to use a tight scope of div tags around the most troublesome coding, and worked out wider and wider (parent to parent) until it finally worked.

Unfortunately, I had to move so far out, I might has well put my data-no-turbolink in the 'body' tag. :(

I might just end up removing turbolinks. Good Luck, and I hope this helps someone else in this similar mess.

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I'm having the same exact problem. The code is solid, becuase if I do a refresh on that page, then my remove & add starts to work.

It's as if the javascript hasn't quite loaded yet.

Any ideas for the slow load of Javascript? Using ruby 2, rails 4.

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Solved! I received some help on this. I figured it had something to do with environment variables getting lost, and I was right. unicorn needs to have an rvm ruby wrapper around it, by executing:

rvm wrapper 1.9.3 ruby-1.9.3 unicorn

and it creates a new init script to run called:

ruby-1.9.3_unicorn

afterwards you'll need to modify the unicorn_init.sh $CMD to read something like:

/usr/local/rvm/bin/ruby-1.9.3_unicorn -D -c $APP_ROOT/config/unicorn.rb -E production

See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10454292/ubuntu-12-04-unicorn-init-sh-start-works-but-service-unicorn-init-start-do for more info.

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Problem in Ubuntu Server

If I run $ /etc/init.d/unicorn start, it runs just fine.
If I run $ service unicorn start, I get this error:

/usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p194/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/custom_require.rb:36:in 'require': cannot load such file -- bundler/setup (LoadError)
from /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p194/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/custom_require.rb:36:in 'require'
from /var/rails/mbiri/shs/bin/unicorn:14:in ''

I cannot figure out why /etc/init.d would work, but service would not. It's driving me crazy trying to find the answer. I also think this is the reason why unicorn won't start on boot, because I'v already ran update-rc.d

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I cannot seem to get that to work under Ubuntu. Any ideas?

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Your correct, vagrant is not necessary. You can set everything up as usual. But where you might ask?

On server, I create the projects directory under /var/rails and somtimes suffixed with ./client-foo/project-bar

This is in tradition where apache sites are stored under /var/www.

So in other words, instead of:
/vagrant

use:
/var/rails
/var/rails/site
/var/rails/client-foo/project-bar

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Dido on that request.

I discovered this link. It might be of help:
Thin vs unicorn vs passenger (http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/1822610)

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If I have a production site in a separate folder (www.somesite.com/appFolder/), then I'm not able to get the tokenInput to work correctly. Instead of:

ruby
tokenInput("/tags.json", ...

I need to say something like:

ruby
tokenInput("/appFolder/tags.json", ...

Is there a DRY way to do this so I do not have to manually edit the code on the production site every time? Thanks.

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Yes, I was able to get this working in 3.1, coffescript style:

ruby
jQuery ->
  $("#patient_tag_tokens").tokenInput("/tags.json", {
    crossDomain: false,
    prePopulate: $("#patient_tag_tokens").data("pre"),
    theme: "facebook",
    preventDuplicates: true
  });
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What is the HTML supposed to look like again?