I attempted an upgrade to 0.7.0-rc2. I got most everything worked out after I updated my extensions (reorder & copy_move). However, I get an error when I access the site. Check it out at http://www.benmorrow.info. It looks like the server is looking at the 0.6.9 gem rather than the 0.7.0 gem. I ran both rake radiant:update and rake db:migrate. Any suggestions?
on 2009-01-26 02:36
on 2009-01-26 03:27
Remove radiant 0.6.9. Or better, put radiant itself into your application, don't rely on the radiant gem.
on 2009-01-26 05:12
Joe Van D. wrote: > Remove radiant 0.6.9. Or better, put radiant itself into your > application, don't rely on the radiant gem. Ha, it was my bad. I forgot to add the line: ENV['GEM_PATH'] = File.expand_path('~/.gems') + ':/usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8' to my environment.rb, which Dreamhost requires for user-installed gems.
on 2009-01-26 23:49
I'm using paperclipped with .7rc2 and on my mac's server is runs smooth as butter. I pushed it up to my server (Joyent) and I can't get the delete asset to work right. When I hit delete I get an Application error. Three refreshes and the image is gone and everything is fine. So in the log it says: [paperclip] Deleting files for asset [paperclip] -> /users/home/.....public/assets/32/cowboy.gif Errno::EEXIST (File exists - /users/home/......public/assets/32): and throws up 500.html If I look at the files one of the images have been deleted I could hit back and then try to delete it again and another will be deleted until they are all gone and the app will continue like everything is fine. Any ideas why paperclipped isn't deleting all four images like it should? Thanks, Steven
on 2009-01-27 00:12
I have not had time to check it with the new release, but there is a branch for it on github.There was a thread a few days ago. I will try to get in patched soon. Keith
on 2009-01-27 00:44
I really don't think it is a problem with the new release because it works perfectly on my mac's server. I saw the change that was made and tried making that change too but it didn't help with my problem. Maybe something went wrong when I installed it. There is a note in in the readme file about installing Settings before running the paperclipped migration. By the way, that note could be more helpful if it came before you give the paperclipped migration instructions. In my case, I had already run paperclipped migrations. For good measure I ran the paperclipped migrations again after I had installed settings. Should I just start over or is this fixable? Everything seems to work well except deleting files. I'm just not sure if I caused this problem by migrating twice or maybe I'm missing something.
on 2009-01-27 07:37
The setting migration is only for the descriptions in the Settings plugin. That has nothing to do with the actual function of the paperclipped extension. There was a problem with deleting images if the bucket had never been used, I am pretty sure I squashed that though. Be sure you have the latest version of the paperclipped extension from github and then take a look at the production log from your server, that will tell you what the 500 error is. An older version of the extension gave me the same problem and the update fixed it. Let me know if you need more help. Keith