Hi, all. Hoping someone can help me with an error I can’t figure out.
q = BUYER::Quote.new(params[:id])
When I run this_method, I get the error:
uninitialized constant BUYER::Quote
I am able to access other classes from BUYER in exactly the same way,
and do not receive an error. I’m still trying to get used to Ruby’s
conventions, and I wonder if anyone can see anything I did wrong.
I should mention that the two files listed are in different directories.
quote.rb is in a library which I have referenced in environment.rb with
config.load_paths += %W(
The classes I mentioned in the previous paragraph, which I am able to
refer to without error, are also located in this lib directory, so I
know it’s not just an issue of not being able to see my includes or
Is the fact that I have two different objects with the same name perhaps
causing problems? I would think this would be resolved by use of the
namespace – err, excuse me, module – syntax.
I’ve seen a bunch of replies to queries of this sort suggesting that
improper pluralization is the problem, so I am hoping that my problem
here is a similarly simple fix.
Please let me know if I am lacking any important info.