Hi, Anyone have any information about what makes developing an engine different than a normal slice of an app? The engines wiki hasn't made it there yet. http://rails-engines.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl?ac... Thanks, Peter
on 2005-12-01 05:14
on 2005-12-20 09:47
Was there any discussion on this I missed? I've been looking for similar documentation.
on 2005-12-21 14:27
We should have some documentation in place very soon. In the meantime, the rdoc which comes with the Engines plugin itself should explain how things work to a reasonable degree... - james
on 2005-12-21 16:39
petermichaux wrote: > Hi, > > Anyone have any information about what makes developing an engine > different > than a normal slice of an app? The engines wiki hasn't made it there > yet. I'm interested in this sort of thing as well. There are wiki entries such as "acts_like_chicken" which may be cutesie for the insider group, but have a long way to go for actually helping people as wiki entries are intended to do. Afterall, after reading it, it wasn't clear to me at all when and why I would choose to use something like "acts_like_" techniques. Call me thick. So, is there a page that describes reasonable scenarios where extension techniques such as engines and modules should be used? Or are engines modules? These are the noob questions. Not: "How can I make my app act like a chicken?" Jake