The Ruby on Rails 'asset pipeline' makes your site behave differently on the WWW from locally (13 dec 12)
The only problem is when you try to put your site into production.
It doesn't work.
(eg. http://code.google.com/p/calendardateselect) needs.
One can find a wealth of advice on how to prevent this problem.
(or is it 'false'?) in config/environments/production.rb
Or how about
That didn't work either.
Currenly, I have the Calendar working in Firefox, but not in Safari.
at the top of application.html.erb
Now the calendar pops up. But it writes eg. 'December 13th 2012' in the box instead of '12/13/2012' - the line
<% CalendarDateSelect.format = :american %>
isn't being read for some reason.
It was easier to write code to parse the new date format than figure it out:
Date.parse( 'December 13th 2012' ).to_s => '2012-12-13'
'2012-12-13' can be written into a MySql datetime column from Rails.