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Do I need the jumpstart gem embedded in my application?

Martin Streicher asked in General

I noticed my Jumpstart Pro-based application contains the jumpstart gem in lib/jumpstart. I also see the Gemfile refers to the jumpstart gem via the local file system. My question is... Does this gem have to remain in the application for production deployment? Or can it be removed once the app is "finished"?

You need to keep it. It manages the configuration. 👍

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