Hi everyone –
I’ve updated my Inferred Routes plugin for Rails 2.0. The plugin,
which is somewhat experimental, lets you do this:
and similarly with other nested routes. Basically, the idea is to
prevent you from having to type the whole drill-down of objects.
There are limitations to the plugin – in particular, it only knows
about very vanilla, default association and route naming, and it
doesn’t work with form_for. But if you’d like to save some typing of
easily inferred objects, you might like it (or want to improve it or
You can get Inferred Routes at:
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