gem rdoc rails That should generate documentation for rails but it doesn't. It works for all other gems. It creates a directory /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/doc/rails-1.2.3/ which contains nothing. Rails exists and works fine, I just can't create the docs (note that I can create the docs for various components of rails - action* and active* - but not the "root" docs). Does anyone know anything about this problem? Thanks.
on 2007-07-04 00:48
on 2007-07-04 02:56
You can always generate an application and then from the application root run: rake rails:doc That drops a copy of the API docs in the doc/ folder. --Jeremy On 7/3/07, Stephan D. <email@example.com> wrote: > Does anyone know anything about this problem? > > Thanks. > > -- > Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/. > > > > -- http://www.jeremymcanally.com/ My free Ruby e-book: http://www.humblelittlerubybook.com/book/ My blogs: http://www.mrneighborly.com/ http://www.rubyinpractice.com/
on 2007-07-04 12:53
Thanks. I have done that in the past but I'd like to manage my documentation using a single mechanism (i.e. gem) and have all docs indexed from the same place (i.e. using gem_server at http://localhost:8808/). It shows the docs for every gem but rails.
on 2007-07-09 04:40
> You can always generate an application and then from the application root run: > rake rails:doc This doesn't work on my system (Mac, Ruby 1.8.6, Rails 1.2.3). I get the following response: (~/Rails/project) rake aborted! Don't know how to build task 'rails:doc' I'm totally frustrated with RDoc. Can't find ANY of the documentation it throws on the hard drive during gem and MacPorts installs. ---Jim Gagne---
on 2007-07-09 12:26
On my system it's rake doc:rails. You can see a list of available tasks with rake -T.
on 2007-07-09 12:31
As for finding the documentation, you should be able to run gem_server then visit http://localhost:8808/ for an index of the gem documentation available. My ruby installation lives in /usr/lib/ruby and the documentation is in various subdirectories. steph@localhost ~ $ cd /usr/lib/ruby steph@localhost /usr/lib/ruby $ find . -name "doc" ./1.8/doc ./gems/1.8/doc ./gems/1.8/doc/rake-0.7.3/rdoc/files/doc ./gems/1.8/doc/rubygems-0.9.4/rdoc/files/doc ./gems/1.8/gems/rails-1.2.3/doc ./gems/1.8/gems/rake-0.7.3/doc ./gems/1.8/gems/vim-ruby-2006.07.11/doc
on 2007-07-09 15:51
Freeze your rails gem, then generate the document. Like this: rails sample_project cd sample_project rake rails:freeze:gems rake doc:rails rake rails:unfreeze I wrote it up here: http://www.nullislove.com/2007/05/29/rails-documentation/ And that post includes how to generate rdocs for Ruby too. HTH, Kevin S.
on 2007-07-09 16:02
These are exactly the steps I am having problems with on a Windows install. As per my post a couple below this one. Anyone have any ideas that might help, please? > rails sample_project > cd sample_project > rake rails:freeze:gems > rake doc:rails > rake rails:unfreeze
on 2007-07-09 16:20
:-D Ok. Looks like my thread's in danger of turning in to a general rails documentation topic. I'll reply to this question on your other thread at http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/114553 To return to my original question, does anyone know how to generate the rails documentation with gem?
on 2007-07-26 02:46
I was having a lot of trouble getting gem to work properly. See details at http://groups.google.com/group/rubyonrails-talk/br... I solved it by uninstalling and reinstalling gem. Now gem_server and rake:freeze:gems work fine.