Observer and Plugin conflict

Hi fellas,

I have setup the acts_as_authenticated plugin and activated the
UserObserver to send activation emails.

I also have a homemade security plugin which adds methods to
ActiveRecord::Base like let_read and let_write.

On the server start, those two enter in conflict because the Observer
does something with the User model but it can’t find the let_read and
the let_write methods yet. It looks like the plugin is not initiated
yet.

What can I do ??

AFAIK, plugins are loaded in alphabetical order, if that helps.

Nope, that doesn’t seem to be the trouble (or solution…). My plugin
is called ‘access_protection’ and the other one is
acts_as_authenticated’.

As a matter of fact, I find it weird that Rails initializes the
Observers BEFORE the plugins. Can anyone tell me if there’s any way
to tweak this in the Rails source code ??

Luc

Le Jul 7 2006 à 8:28, Inge Jørgensen a écrit :

Having the same problem. Luc did you ever find a solution?

Thanks.

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