I have been editing a branch on my Fedora system, completed the changes
and was satisfied that it works and using svn, merged it to my main
trunk. I have been testing the main trunk and it seems fine. I committed
my changes to the svn repository.
On my live web application, I did an ‘svn update’ which brought all the
files in but when I launch, I get an error on my log/production.log…
Processing Base#index (for 192.168.3.7 at 2006-03-21 22:56:07) [GET]
MissingSourceFile (no such file to load – config/defaults.rb):
The file is clearly there. It is called for at the top of my
Contains the authentication and authorization code structures
class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
The file is new - came from the branch and does exist in the newly
updated trunk…the entire log of the update is at the bottom of this
email (not long) but there is nothing to suggest what could cause this
as far as I can tell. I’m thinking that the reference to
config/defaults.rb is handled differently on my Fedora development
system at home than it is handled on my Centos-4 server.
Any clues ? Both of these systems have the same ‘routes.rb’
$ svn update
Updated to revision 21.