Just followed the same steps and it works just fine. Could you send me
zipped test application together with a list of your gems ($ gem
Could you send me your email address? The forum doesn’t show it, neither
does Rubyforge, and your blog seems to be down :-/.
Find the gem list below:
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rapha@proactivity:~$ gem list
*** LOCAL GEMS ***
Ajax scaffold generator is a rails generator for ajaxified scaffolds
A toolkit to create and control daemons in different ways
A small fast HTTP library and server that runs Rails, Camping, and
Ruby based make-like utility.
Rcss - CSS Server-side Constants for Ruby/Rails
This package provides download sources for remote gem installation
SQLite/Ruby is a module to allow Ruby scripts to interface with a
SQLite3/Ruby is a module to allow Ruby scripts to interface with a
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You need SOME KIND of controller to serve .mab templates.
I definitely did not have to create a controller for the Markaby plugin.
Looking at its init.rb, it seems to use some other facility… therein
you can see “ActionView::Base::register_template_handler :mab,
Once I get it working at all I’ll try and play around with that.
Do you know of any statement of the core team of whether there was a
chance of RCSS getting into Rails itself anytime soon?
Now, as RcssController does contain some meaningful code and is
identical (or similar) on all deployments it would be nice to make it
part of distribution. And right now the only clean way of providing
controllers to existing applications is to create an Engine.
If not (reg. possib. of getting it into Rails), I imagine that would be
possible within scope of that plugin stuff Markaby also uses…
Best regards, Raphael