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December 17, 2007

Rails and Lighttpd Icons for Leopard //

Way back in February 2006 I put together a pair of Mac folder icons for Rails developers consisting of one to use for Rails projects and another for the Lighttpd server folder. Due to the recent release of Leopard which completely changed the standard folder design used throughout the system (for better or worse depending on your point of view on the obvious accessibility problems this introduced), I’ve revised the icons so they’ll blend in more naturally with their new surroundings.

Ruby on Rails and Lighttpd folder icons for Leopard preview
512px size Ruby and Rails and Lighttpd folder icons for Leopard

The new icon set includes the whole range of sizes from 16px all the way up to the giant 512px icon size. As is the case with any downloads I make available here, please do not redistribute the icons or attempt to pass them off as your own.

Download the icons (1.3 MB Zip)

So say you…

The icons are great! But how would you assign these icons to Rails projects? Is there an automated method to assign the icon to directories which contain rails related files?

Derek Derek December 18, 2007

There’s no automated way that I’m aware of though I expect some clever person could write a rake task that could do the job. For now though it’s all copy/paste all the time.

Scott Scott December 18, 2007

Great. Thanks ;)

chiptuning chiptuning December 18, 2007

Thanks for these icons – they’re great! I liked your idea an created an folder for Django projects, you could grab it at my site.

Stefan Stefan December 20, 2007

Should you wish for a Leopard stack icon / drawer overlay, you can get one here.

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