Question about Rake


#1

Hello,

How does Rake determine the list of tasks that Rake can execute?, in a
Rails development environment. My problem has to do with the rake tasks
that are provided by the Engines plugin (at least thats my current
understanding that
the Engines plugin provides additional Rake tasks that help manage
vendor plugins).

I’ve installed the latest version of the Engines plugin and I’m running
Rails v1.2.3 yet none of the Engines plugin, rake tasks are available.
IE: I get: “do not know how to build task …” when I run rake
db:migrate:engines and the output from rake -T does not show any of the
Engines plugin, rake tasks.

script/plugins list --local
… shows that the Engines plugin is installed.

I’m sure I’m missing something?

Thanks in advance,

Jason


#2

You may be referring to documentation about the plugin that is out of
date - the 1.2 release of the engines plugin doesn’t include the
“db:migrate:engines” task, for example. See the README and UPGRADING
files for more information.

  • James

On Apr 5, 10:12 pm, Jason T. removed_email_address@domain.invalid


#3

James A. wrote:

You may be referring to documentation about the plugin that is out of
date - the 1.2 release of the engines plugin doesn’t include the
“db:migrate:engines” task, for example. See the README and UPGRADING
files for more information.

  • James

On Apr 5, 10:12 pm, Jason T. removed_email_address@domain.invalid

OK thanks that cleared it up.

Appreciate the response,

Jason