Hey @alexisabril We've got a very large JMVC 3.2.4 project. We're looking for a clean way to inject the view name being rendered inside each view as a HTML comment. We want a method that allows us to use this injection when developing but removes the code (and overhead) from our releases. We've tried a lot of things and we have some very experienced JMVC 3.2.4 devs on the project, we're struggling to get something working. We've tried patching against the internal 'compile' function of the ejs template code, checking if the navigator.userAgent header matches Rhino (terrible hack, we know :)) to distinguish between development/builds. The problem with this is when you compile an EJS template that does not render HTML but instead renders attributes for a form (for example)... basically it doesn't work where we use EJS as a string interpolation method. Another issue we had was the //!steal ignore comments do not execute against some specific internal files.