This article is quite old.Time flies when you're having fun. I've been writing for my blog for a long time. Stuff changes fast, especially in the Ruby world. That's why I've put this warning on old posts. The article might still be valid, though.
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If I wonder if a website was made in Rails, I always look at the HTML. This is a good indicator.
Sometimes you don't want this behavior. It can get in the way of
wget, which saves the file including everything after the question mark. But it's not that straightforward to turn this off. At least, I couldn't find it. There is not much information available on this subject and I had to dive into the Rails source code to solve it.
The easiest way I found was to override a helper method:
module ApplicationHelper def rewrite_asset_path(source) source end end
Please correct me if there is a simpler way!