Hi people I'm a complete new to rails, so sorry in advance for the stupid questions that I invariable will ask. I'm hoping that this one isn't one of such questions :-) While looking through my logs, i've found the following statement a few times: DEPRECATION WARNING: model is deprecated and will be removed from Rails 2.0 See http://www.rubyonrails.org/deprecation for details. However, i'm finding that I need to explicitly call model for each of my models which are contained in the engine i'm building. At the moment they're being mixed into the ApplicationController so that everything can use the models. Am I doing something wrong, or is this a known problem?
on 2006-12-14 13:17
on 2006-12-15 12:48
So if you don't include the 'model' directive then your controllers can't load your models? Is that right? Can you load them automatically from the console? (i.e. without a 'require' statement) - James
on 2006-12-15 15:44
This problem actually turned out to be related to the problem in my other e-mail with the controllers not loading. Before I changed engines.rb to modify Dependencies.load_paths as well, they would not load automatically in the console (and i'm presuming in a controller as well), but after the fix they would load automatically. Before the fix tho, they would still load if you specifically said model :user, or etc. My 2 cents is that $LOAD_PATH is only being used if you specifically ask it to load something, while Dependencies.load_paths is being used for automatic loading. However, the first time I knew what any of those two variables did was about an hour ago (and I still don't really understand it), so take that for a grain of salt.
on 2006-12-15 15:51
OK - let's drop this thread and focus on the other one. I'll reply in more detail there.