How do I access rails helpers and embedded ruby inside assets javascript files in ruby on rails?


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I have a show and hide div that shows and hides comments when clicked. By default before it's clicked it shows a message count plus some down arrows e.g.


"55 Comments [down arrows]"


and when clicked it changes to:


"Hide comments [up arrows]"


I use this code for displaying the amount of comments by default and the arrow (users/new):


<span class="commentsCount"><%= pluralize(m.comments.count, 'comment') %></span>
<span class="commentArrows"><%= image_tag 'view_all_comments.png' %> </span>

I use JQuery to help


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