I am reposting this because not only am I VERY interested in the answer but because I think it would also be useful to many, many people. We kind of have a house-style here, so it would be nice if the generated scaffold.css would accommodate that. My questions are? Is it possible? Is it safe? How? bruce
on 2006-01-05 23:39
on 2006-01-06 00:44
bruce balmer wrote: > I am reposting this because not only am I VERY interested in the > answer but because I think it would also be useful to many, many people. > > We kind of have a house-style here, so it would be nice if the > generated scaffold.css would accommodate that. My questions are? > > Is it possible? > > Is it safe? > > How? > > bruce Yes, you can do it, but doing so will give you a non-standard rails install which will probably get tromped on by the next release. A better solution would be to make your own generator for your own code and keep it separate from the rails version. I think there is some info about making new generators in the Rails Wiki.
on 2006-01-06 00:51
I think I understand what you're asking. You want the generator to to use your styles for the scaffold.css. I would think by changing the: ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\gems\rails- 1.0.0\lib\rails_generator\generators\components\scaffold\templates\styles.css file that's what would get pulled down. Michael T.
on 2006-01-06 00:51
Just tested it and sure enough it workies. I do not know if that's how it should be done. Michael T.
on 2006-01-06 01:37
Kevin and Michael: Thanks to both of you. What a great community. Nice to hang around people far ahead of me. I help others on the list where I can, to payback you guys for the help you give me. Thanks again. bruce
on 2006-01-06 01:49
Michael T. wrote: > I think I understand what you're asking. You want the generator to to > use your styles for the scaffold.css. I would think by changing the: > > ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\gems\rails-1.0.0\lib\rails_generator\generators\components\scaffold\templates\styles.css > > > file that's what would get pulled down. Am I not right in thinking that you could override that file alone in the vendor/ directory? If you made a template scaffold file at vendor/rails/railties/lib\rails_generator\generators\components\scaffold\templates\styles.css with nothing else in the path, wouldn't that get used in preference to the one in the gems/ directory, allowing you to override it on an app-by-app basis? Perhaps someone could try this - I'm away from my dev box at the moment.