Check your vendor/extensions/shards/app/views/admin/page directory. What
extension do those files have?
If they are .html.erb, instead of .rhtml, you’ll have to check out an
version of shards (until the 0.6.5 release, which will have rails 2
Because 0.6.4 doesn’t detect the .html.erb files as views, shards fails
load properly, which will on it’s turn break any extensions depending on
This is the svn:external i’m still succesfully using in 0.6.4;
shards -r 674
you made it!
I am now using the suggested version and everything rocks!
A big thank you!
it would be nice to get another tip to my related question:
How can I store my whole radiant trunk into my subversion repository,
including the now running shards extension?
If I only do a “svn commit” the externals get not saved into the
repository. This might be useful. But in my case I want to save the
complete and running version of my radiant directory.
I am new to this
Install piston: ‘gem install piston’. Then go into the vendor directory
and run ‘piston convert’. This will allow you to modify a local copy of
the extensions (and of Radiant), and store that copy in your own
Radiant uses this technique to track its bundled libraries: Rails,
Radius, Redcloth, etc.