I am posting this again with Subject "[Rails] .." in order to be caught by inbox filters :) Hiall, Is it possible to organize my model files below app/models into subfolders? E.g. I would like to put admin related models into their own subfolder. This kind of structuring works for controllers and views (scaffolding creates the right subfolder-model mappings), but app/models always stays flat. I'd really like to be able to group my code into logical, well packages :-) Yes, I come from the Java world :) cheers Martin
on 2006-05-14 21:11
on 2006-05-14 22:46
Martin G. wrote: > I am posting this again with Subject "[Rails] .." in order to be > caught by inbox filters :) The mailing list software handles this for you, don't worry. Your first message had [Rails] in the subject line as well. Sorry I can't help you with your question, just thought I'd point that out.
on 2006-05-14 22:49
Thx anyway Jakob :-) Gmail is not showing [Rails] in the subject if I don't put it in there myself. Do you see it twice now?
on 2006-05-14 22:53
Doh, a typo! In my original post, the sentence (scaffolding creates the right subfolder-model mappings) should have read (scaffolding creates the right subfolder-module mappings) it is exactly those subfolder-model mappings that I miss so much ^^ cheers Martin
on 2006-05-15 01:15
Have you tried using modules? Controllers work that way.. maybe models should be able to as well. in app/models/admin/user.rb: module Admin class User ... end end and see if that works for you. I'm away from my home machine now, so I can't try it for you.
on 2006-05-15 01:48
Hi Maurice, Unfortunately that didn't work. Rails complains about a missing source file then ..