I've been trying to get my old rails app (environment.rb tells me it was 1.1.6) working under 2.0.2 and I've been having a hell of a time. Trying to start up webrick nets me this: kyle@sublime-porte:~/code/Ruby/midnet$ rails script/server create File exists - /home/kyle/code/Ruby/midnet/script/server ln: accessing `/home/kyle/code/Ruby/midnet/script/server/vendor/': Not a directory ln: accessing `/home/kyle/code/Ruby/midnet/script/server/vendor/rails': Not a directory ln: accessing `/home/kyle/code/Ruby/midnet/script/server/doc/api': Not a directory This never happened before. I don't know why it's looking in the (non-existent) vendor folder for the rails files, when I've got rails already installed in the correct place. I gathered that by 'freezing' my rails app I force it to look locally for the files it needs- but I never froze anything. This happens for script/about, script/console, and the rest. I've made no changes at all to the code since it last worked a few months ago.
on 2008-10-03 22:57