I’m having trouble using datetime toolbocks (which in turn relies on
engines) with another plugin. I’m using Goldberg (http://goldberg.
240gl.org/) as a CMS for my rails app. I have some models with date
fields, and I’d like to use datetime toolbocks in the views that edit
those fields. With the first version of Goldberg that I installed
( 0.1.6) this worked fine, because at the time Goldberg wasn’t a
plugin–it just put all of its MVCs into the usual directories under
the app folder. Both Goldberg and Datetime toolbocks worked in the
same app. Now there is a new Goldberg release ( 0.2.0) and the author
has made Goldberg into a plugin. I’ve upgraded in order to get the
latest bug fixes, but now I can’t get Datetime toolbocks to work.
Specifically, after I install it, my page never loads. My browser
just keeps saying “waiting for localhost…”.
If I uninstall datetime toolbocks and engines, my site works fine
(except for the views that use the calendar control). If I have
datetime toolbocks and engines installed, but uninstall Goldberg, the
site loads fine and I can use the calendar control. So the problem
seems to be the interaction of these two.
Does anyone have any ideas how to fix or work around this?