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Comments by Erwin Boskma

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I've looked into the at_exit callback, and thought of this:

app_builder.rb
class AppBuilder < Rails::AppBuilder
  def initialize(generator)
    super(generator)

    at_exit do
      postprocess
    end
  end
  def test
    gem_group :test, :development do
      gem 'rspec-rails'
    end

  end

  def postprocess
    generate 'rspec:install'
  end
end

This way, you have a single method for postprocessing which is called after bundler.

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You can work around the issue with running bundle install multiple times with the --skip-bundle-option for the rails-command and calling bundle_command('install') from the leftovers-method:

app_builder.rb
class AppBuilder < Rails::AppBuilder
  def test
    @generator.gem 'rspec-rails', group: [:test, :development]
  end

  def leftovers
    bundle_command('install')
    generate 'rspec:install'
  end
end
terminal
rails new foo --skip-bundle -b app_builder.rb

It isn't the most elegant solution, but it saves a little time by calling bundler only once. It would be nice if you could modify the options-variable in the AppBase-class

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Nevermind, accidentally had two bootstrap gems included (one based on 1.4 and one based on 2.0) and the wrong version was included.

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I'm having trouble getting the navbar working. I'm using bootstrap-sass, haml and simple_form. What could be wrong?

Here is a screenshot of what is happening

It's like some of the CSS is not applied.