On Apr 5, 9:34am, dana tassler [email protected] wrote:
I’ve made that mistake myself a time or two (still new to Rails).
The idea, Bruce, is that you want to run your specific web
If you think of it that way, that may help.
And not that I have a ton of experience, but I’ve found that when I
need to start the server then I’m usually inside that application’s
directory somewhere anyway.
Thanks. Here is what I tried.
The new rails application I created is in the folder c:\Sites\blog\app
I start the shell command on that folder and get this:
=> Bootiing WEBrick
=> Rails 3.0.4 application starting in development on
=> Call with -d to detach
=> Ctrl-C to shutdown server
Then a few seconds goes by and it continues with:
support/dependencies.rb:235:in '‘load’: C:/Sites/blog/config/routes.rb:
62: syntax error, unexpected $end, expecting KEND
from lists more ‘load_…s’ and more. It’s a long list
It ends with:
from C:/Sites/blog/config.ru:1:in ‘new’