Routing_navigator error

Showing *
vendor/plugins/routing_navigator/views/routing_navigator/index.rhtml*
where
line #16 raised:

undefined method `tr’ for :path:Symbol

Extracted source (around line #16):

13: <%= start_form_tag %>
14:


15: Type in a path to see the recognized options.

16: <%= text_field_tag :path, params[:path] %> | Method:
17: <%= options_for_select %w(-- get post put delete),
params[:path_request] %>
18:
19:

I don’t see tr in line 16. Anyone know what the problem is here ?

Stuart

If you’re on edge-rails, try getting off it for a while. I had a bunch
of strange errors popping up in inappropriate places (like syntax
errors in HTML) in rhtml files until I went back to gem-rails. It
happened when I changed some partials… I seem to remember one of the
errors mentioned ‘method tr’…

On 10/18/06, Ben [email protected] wrote:

If you’re on edge-rails, try getting off it for a while. I had a bunch
of strange errors popping up in inappropriate places (like syntax
errors in HTML) in rhtml files until I went back to gem-rails. It
happened when I changed some partials… I seem to remember one of the
errors mentioned ‘method tr’…

I’m watching the Peepcode / Restful podcase and (dont remember the guy’s
name) but he uses routing navigator in there and running edge. Too late
to
get off edge now , my app is dependent on it.

Stuart

Dark A. wrote:

14:

vendor/plugins/routing_navigator/views/routing_navigator/index.rhtml
params[:path_request] %>
18: </select>
19: <br


When I get nonsensical errors, I usually try re-booting the webserver.
When changing code, some really odd caching errors can occur.

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs