Haml-rails provides Haml generators for Rails 5, 6, and 7. It also enables Haml as the templating engine for you, so you don't have to screw around in your own application.rb when your Gemfile already clearly indicated what templating engine you have installed. Hurrah.
To use it, add this line to your Gemfile:
gem "haml-rails", "~> 2.0"
This ensures that:
Pretty fancy, eh? The modern world is just so amazing.
Once Haml-rails is installed on the Rails application,
you can convert the erb layout file,
app/views/layouts/application.html.haml using this command:
$ rails generate haml:application_layout convert
This requires the html2haml gem and you can install it locally:
gem install html2haml
After the application layout file is converted successfully,
make sure to delete
app/views/layouts/application.html.erb, so Rails can
If you want to convert all of your .erb views into .haml, you can do so using the following command:
$ rails haml:erb2haml
If you already have .haml files for one or more of the .erb files, the rake task will give you the option of either replacing these .haml files or leaving them in place.
Once the task is complete, you will have the option of deleting the original .erb files. Unless you are under version control, it is recommended that you decline this option. If you are running in a script, you can use an environment variable to answer this question.
$ HAML_RAILS_DELETE_ERB=true rails haml:erb2haml
Running the above will not prompt for the question and will delete the original .erb files. Setting this value to false will also not prompt, however, will leave the .erb files intact.
The current version of Haml-rails requires Rails 5.1 or later.
Haml-rails version 1.0.0 is the last version to support Rails 4. To use it, add this line to your Gemfile:
gem "haml-rails", "~> 1.0.0"
For Rails 3, use haml-rails version 0.4 by adding this line to your Gemfile instead:
gem "haml-rails", "~> 0.4.0"
Haml generators originally from rails3-generators, and written by José Valim, André Arko, Paul Barry, Anuj Dutta, Louis T, and Chris Rhoden. Tests originally written by Louis T.
Ruby license or MIT license, take your pick.