All right, so I finally sort of got UserEngine working on my production
box and now I’m down to the path-related problems afflicting the
user_controller as seen in
On the development PC there have been no problems at any stage.
On the production machine, it’s been one painful slog after another. By
adhering strictly to the instructions in the README and explicitly
setting a bunch of values that suppoosedly have defaults in
environment.rb, my app finally started serving pages again.
But /usr/list and /user/edit horked. Per the ticket, I copied the
user_controller into the app and that got those two actions working.
When on a /user/edit page it still horks when I attempt to set a new
password, even for the currently logged in user. It seems as though the
password changes OK but the /user/list called in the redirect is messed
up. The error I get when I attempt to change password from /user/edit is
Both systems (Win32 for dev and FreeBSD for production) are running ruby
1.8.2 and Rails 1.0.0. Engines are the release versions obtained less
than 2 weeks ago via script\plugin install and were installed only on
the dev box, where they got checked into my SVN with the rest of my
code. The production box gets the app and all plugins and engines via a
I see in the ticket that some people are claiming success with specific
non-current revs of the engines. What versions are we supposed to be
using? Not the ones that get retrieved via default install?
NoMethodError in User#change_password_for_user
undefined method `do_change_password_for’ for
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