Ruby capitalizing singular version of route


#1

Hi All,

I’ve searched on this topic and can’t seem to find anyone results saying
others have had the same problem, so hope someone here can help.

if in routes, I map addresses:
map.resources :addresses

If get the following routes:
addresses
new_Address
edit_Address

Note that the singular routes (new, edit) are capitalized.

to prove the issue, in console, I can type:

“addresses”.singularize
=> “Address”

and you see it doesn’t happen with a word that doesn’t require more than
stripping the ‘s’:

“routes”.singularize
=> “route”

this makes it impossible to use ‘form_for @address’, etc because it
produces lowercase route call that don’t match.

Thanks for any help!

-Ben


#2

Nevermind. I found a custom inflection that had been added by some other
people on the project. Thanks!


#3

What version of Rails/Ruby are you on?

Loading development environment (Rails 2.2.2)

“addresses”.singularize
=> “address”

“routes”.singularize
=> “route”

It works for me