How to include a ruby gem environment.rb file?

I’m doing a Web Service Based on a page I found
(http://blog.complitech.net/web-services-basics-ruby-on-rails/) using
the rails version 2.3.4, the web service is already working, but when
working on a version Previous:

RAILS_GEM_VERSION = '2 .0.2 'unless defined? RAILS_GEM_VERSION

I can not run the service.

On the previous page, there’s a part that says:

  1. Next step is to add the gem to the conf / environment.rb so that is
    knows the correct gem actionwebservice

    config.gem ‘dougbarth-actionwebservice’,: lib => ‘actionwebservice’

But if I do it, I can not run the service, the program sends this
message:

C:/Users/usuario/Desktop/Servidor/test/config/environment.rb:26: private
method `gem’ called for #Rails::Configuration:0x5c5dbcc
(NoMethodError)

On this page:
http://api.rubyonrails.org/files/vendor/rails/railties/CHANGELOG.html,
is as follows:

OLD open_id_authentication plugin init.rb require ‘Yadis’ require

‘openid’ ActionController:: Base.send: include OpenIdAuthentication

NEW config.gem “ruby-openid”,: lib => “openid”,: version => “1.1.4”

config.gem “ruby-Yadis”,: lib => “Yadis”,: version => " 0.3.4 "

But I do not like change, please, I need help.

Thanks and regards.

Hi Jorge,

It’s because config.gem was first introduced in version 2.1 – that’s why
it
doesn’t work in 2.0.2. You can see that in
http://api.rubyonrails.org/files/vendor/rails/railties/CHANGELOG.html by
looking under “Added config.gem for specifying which gems are required
by
the application” and then moving up until you see the version.

/Lasse

2010/3/24 Jorge alejandro Mendoza torres [email protected]

Hi Lasse.

I had an application in version 2.0.2 and I changed the version of the
application already had, I thought it would be harder, but it was very
easy.

On the page you mention, as I checked it, and is very helpful.

Thanks for responding.

Jorge,

Nice – good you got it working :slight_smile:

/Lasse

2010/3/26 Jorge alejandro Mendoza torres [email protected]

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