On Nov 29, 2007 10:24 AM, James Edward Gray II firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
(CCing the bundle maintainer)
On Nov 29, 2007, at 6:39 AM, Rick DeNatale wrote:
With the imminent release of Rails 2.0, I've started working on a project in earnest on edge rails.
I'm finding some things to be broken in the Ruby on Rails bundle due to the Rails changes. For example.
- generating a migration from textmate doesn't seem to work, it
prompts for the name, and runs but nothing is generated.
- the mcol snippet(s) get confused by the use of 'sexy' migrations
- Partial extraction isn't savvy to the changes in file naming
(e.g. x.rhtml is now x.html.erb)
Have you tried this last one using the very latest bundle in the Subversion repository? I know there was recently a checkin regarding the ".html.erb" extensions, but I don't know if this particular issue was caught.
No I haven't.
So what are the plans for tracking the rails changes in the bundle?
This is being discussed right now on the bundle development list:
Catching up with that thread, I think that it will be an issue if you can't easily switch rails versions between different projects.
In my consulting work, I have to deal with different rails versions for maintenance, client requirements etc.
Right now, my bread-and-butter is on Rails 1.2, but...