Recently a particular Rails app I'm working with began to auto-generate a
file app/assets/stylesheets/config.rb. It looks similar to a Compass
configuration file, but this app does _not_ use Compass.

I've found a couple threads about this, but so far no answers.

Some relevant info about the app's gems:
rails (3.2.12)
sass (3.2.6)
sass-rails (3.2.5)
sprockets (2.2.2)

Most of all I want to know why the file is now appearing and why it is
important. Should I just git-ignore it? Is it best to add the file to
version control?

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