I just ran into the ‘Missing template’ thing from the ticket below as
well. Is it really that uncommon for a controller action to redirect
or explicitly render a different template? Is it still considered
‘invalid’? Seems silly to have to create a bunch of blank templates.
I was also running into a conflict between the version of the rack gem
bundled with Rails 2.3.2 and the rack gem dependency from rspec-rails.
When running my app I was getting the error below from POST requests
that were expecting JSON back.
split' for #<Mime::Type:0x7d429227> /Users/Shared/eds_test/share/RubyGems/1.8/gems/actionpack-2.3.2/ lib/action_controller/mime_type.rb:206:inmethod_missing’
I’m not sure why it was picking up the rack-1.0.0 gem. I thought I
checked out all the upgrade notes and I did re-run the rspec generator.
My solution was to remove the rack-1.0.0 gem and comment out the
runtime dependency in the rspec-rails gemspec.
if Gem::Version.new(Gem::RubyGemsVersion) >= Gem::Version.new(‘1.2.0’)
s.add_runtime_dependency(%q, ["= 1.2.6"])
#s.add_runtime_dependency(%q, [">= 0.4.0"])
Anyone have any better suggestions? Maybe I have something peculiar
that others aren’t hitting these issues?