Script/server set environment

Hi all,

I’m attempting to get running with Selenium, and to do so you have to
start
script/server -e test. However, I’ve noticed that when I start mongrel
that
way RAILS_ENV is still set to “development”, even though the mongrel
startup
messages in the console say that it’s starting rails with test.

However, if I start mongrel with mongrel_rails -e test, RAILS_ENV gets
correctly set to test.

Can anyone else verify that this is going on? I’ve been through the
script/server code and subsequent mongrel startup scripts and I haven’t
managed to find where it’s gone wrong yet…

Thanks,

Matt


Thermal Creative
http://blog.thermalcreative.com

Weird, but RAILS_ENV=“test” script/server ?

script/server with defaults yields RAILS_ENV=“development”
script/server -e production yields RAILS_ENV=“development”
script/server -e test yields RAILS_ENV=“development”

mongrel_rails start yields RAILS_ENV=“development”
mongrel_rails start -e production yields RAILS_ENV=“production”
mongrel_rails start -e test yields RAILS_ENV=“test”

So, it appears that RAILS_ENV is not getting set properly when Mongrel
is
started via script/server -e environment.

The same commands run with script/server webrick -e test yields
RAILS_ENV
test, etc.

Perhaps this is behavior by design, but the Mongrel startup would lead
me to
believe that it’s a bug, since Mongrel appears to start up in test but
the
RAILS_ENV is still hardwired to development regardless of the specified
environment.

Matt

On 11/15/06, Vishnu G. [email protected] wrote:

that


Thermal Creative
http://blog.thermalcreative.com

Yep, I have got the same problem and it seems just a little bug. I was
using ‘script/server -e production’ but mongrel was still in
development env. Using mongrel directly everything was ok.

Priit

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