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.