1. 13 Sep, 2018 1 commit
    • Thibaut Girka's avatar
      Fix building assets in test environment · 2df72d06
      Thibaut Girka authored
      Webpacker (Ruby wrapper to webpack) uses RAILS_ENV-based environments while
      the javascript configuration for webpack re-reads this configuration file using
      the NODE_ENV environment variable. This means that when RAILS_ENV=test, running
      “assets:precompile” compiled the production packs in “public/packs” while
      webpacker expects them in “public/packs-test”. This causes Ruby to recompile
      them on-the-fly, possibly leading to race conditions in parallel_tests.
      This changes:
      - Disables on-the-fly compilation in test environment
      - Changes the javascript part to read the correct environment
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    • Eugen Rochko's avatar
      Replace sprockets/browserify with Webpack (#2617) · f5bf5ebb
      Eugen Rochko authored
      * Replace browserify with webpack
      * Add react-intl-translations-manager
      * Do not minify in development, add offline-plugin for ServiceWorker background cache updates
      * Adjust tests and dependencies
      * Fix production deployments
      * Fix tests
      * More optimizations
      * Improve travis cache for npm stuff
      * Re-run travis
      * Add back support for custom.scss as before
      * Remove offline-plugin and babili
      * Fix issue with Immutable.List().unshift(...values) not working as expected
      * Make travis load schema instead of running all migrations in sequence
      * Fix missing React import in WarningContainer. Optimize rendering performance by using ImmutablePureComponent instead of
      React.PureComponent. ImmutablePureComponent uses Immutable.is() to compare props. Replace dynamic callback bindings in
      <UI />
      * Add react definitions to places that use JSX
      * Add Procfile.dev for running rails, webpack and streaming API at the same time