How to run ./script/generate rx_config?

I’m a newbie and i’m working follow this link
http://dima.github.com/2009/03/19/working-with-restfulx-model-attachments.html

But I stuck on the step run ./script/generate rx_config. I don’t know
how can I run it. I tried to go to the path of folder script and typed
generate rx_cofig on command line but it doesn’t work.

C:\Data\Workspace\rx_model_attachments\script>generate rx_config

I got the error ‘generate’ is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program or batch file.

Anyone can tell me step by step of doing this. Big thanks!

Sira PS wrote in post #994846:

I’m a newbie and i’m working follow this link
http://dima.github.com/2009/03/19/working-with-restfulx-model-attachments.html

But I stuck on the step run ./script/generate rx_config. I don’t know
how can I run it. I tried to go to the path of folder script and typed
generate rx_cofig on command line but it doesn’t work.

C:\Data\Workspace\rx_model_attachments\script>generate rx_config

I got the error ‘generate’ is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program or batch file.

Anyone can tell me step by step of doing this. Big thanks!

C:\ruby> rails demo

Now go into demo application root directory as follows:

C:\ruby> cd demo
C:\ruby\demo> dir

You will find a directory structure as follows:

demo/
…/app
…/controller
…/helpers
…/models
…/views
…/layouts
…/components
…/config
…/db
…/doc
…/lib
…/log
…/public
…/script
…/test
…/tmp
…/vendor
README
Rakefile

Soooo, if you are in the demo dir, then the command:

…dir1/dir2/demo> ./script/generate rx_config

will execute a program called ‘generate’, which is located in the script
directory. If you cd to the script directory, then the command would
be:

…dir1/dir2/dem/script/> genarate rx_config

If that doesn’t work, then type dir at the prompt:

…dir1/dir2/dem/script/> dir

to see if the generate program exist in that directory.

If you have performed these steps:

===
The next thing we need to do is add restfulx and paperclip gems to our
application configuration. Make sure you install these gems if you
haven’t done so already.

$> sudo gem install paperclip
$> sudo gem install restfulx

Let’s edit config/environment.rb.

@@ -27,6 +27,8 @@ Rails::Initializer.run do |config|

config.gem “sqlite3-ruby”, :lib => “sqlite3”

config.gem “aws-s3”, :lib => “aws/s3”

  • config.gem “restfulx”

  • config.gem “paperclip”

    Only load the plugins named here, in the order given. By default,

all plugins

in vendor/plugins are loaded in alphabetical order.

Now we can run ./script/generate rx_config to set up the default
RestfulX configuration.

…it should just work.

Sira PS wrote in post #995028:

I open the command line by right click on project and select command
line shell.

How about trying to open a command line(window?) manually?

I open the command line by right click on project and select command
line shell. So the directory is already indicated to root of project.

And I also tried to type ./script/generate rx_config on the command line
but it has the error.
‘.’ is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program or batch file.

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