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ruby -Ilib:test test/functional/line_items_controller_test.rb

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The links mentioned in the comments are also useful, as they deal with why Scopes are no longer relevant in Rails 3.x

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While the article is titled Which CSS Grid Framework Should You Use for Web Design?, I found the section on Sample Grid-based Design Process quite useful for what I am attempting to do. Also, got confidence that learning to use BluePrint CSS framework would be a worthwhile exercise. 

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Very well written blogpost, with solid arguments.

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While following the instructions on PeepCode Haml & Sass video, I installed the SASS textmate bundle with the following command run in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles directory:

git clone git://github.com/fluxsaas/sass-textmate-bundle.git 

It created a sub-folder with name sass-textmate-bundle. 

Later on when I was working on my first sass file in textmate, noticed that it did not automatically default to SASS. Turned out SASS wasn’t in the list of recognized bundles. 

Looked up the instructions on the github page and found that the git clone command aliases the repo to Ruby-Saas-Alternative-Syntax.tmbundle with the following installation command:

git clone git://github.com/fluxsaas/sass-textmate-bundle.git “Ruby-Saas-Alternative-Syntax.tmbundle”

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Useful

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Found this useful today at work….

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Very useful! via @doctorzaius

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Christmas Tree with a Ruby one-liner. via @camilleroux 

Christmas Tree with a Ruby one-liner. via @camilleroux