Forum: Ruby Rails + SVN generation script

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Joe Van D. (Guest)
on 2006-03-31 07:36
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Anyone got a script to share that:

1.  Creates a trunk directory
2.  Creates a trunk/vendor directory
3.  Adds the above to svn
4.  Modifies trunk/vendor to use a certain rails revision (i.e. trunk or
1.1)
5.  Runs trunk/vendor/rails/.../bin/rails to generate a rails directory
skeleton
6.  Modifies the svn:ignore for the logs and config/database.yml
7.  Moves config/database.yml to config/database.yml.sample
8.  Adds a script/reload_everything.sh.sample script to scripts/ that
    8a.  Drops the dev and test database
    8b.  Reloads the dev and test database
    8c.  Performs migration on the dev and test database
    8d.  Runs rake load_fixtures (to populate the dev database)
    8e.  Runs rake to run the tests
9.  Ignores script/reload_everything.sh

I think that's it.  Just wondering if anyone's done something like
that before I make my own.  That's generally the process I follow when
creating a new Rails project.

Joe
Joe Van D. (Guest)
on 2006-03-31 07:42
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crap, wrong group, sorry!
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