Tag: jruby

  • Reducing Rails asset precompile times on JRuby

    Rails asset precompile times on JRuby are considerably slower compared to MRI. I came across this post which provided suggestions on speeding up the asset precompile task. Using the following options – using Node.js instead of therubyrhino for JS compilation, forcing the JVM to 32 bit (although this can be omitted on a 32 bit […]

  • Silencing noise in the Rails development log

    The standard Rails development log contains a lot of noise that is rarely meaningful for debugging. The Quiet Assets gem is a mandatory part of my Rails development process as it removes the logging noise of the asset pipeline. Also, if WEBrick is used as a development server, the following entry is logged for each […]