Where is the ActiveResource docs and tutorials?

The only tutorail i have found is here:
http://www.eribium.org/?p=71
Its quite nice but i would prefer a few more to get a broader
understanding.

Also, i am unable to get the documentation. I ran rdoc to generate the
documents but recieved an error saying that docs was already there and i
had to specify the dir so i did. After rdoc running for a while i end up
with a README_FOR_APP file???

Am i right in thinking that these generated docs will contain not only
my app details but those for active record , active resource etc ??

As a final attempt i went to the caboose site which is sopposed to be
for edge rails documentation updated from the trunk frequently??? I did
a search for activeresource and found nothing.
http://caboo.se/doc.html

ActiveResource would be a great fit for an inter-app problem i have. It
would be great to get some docs and tutorials.

On 2/9/07, Adam M. [email protected] wrote:

with a README_FOR_APP file???
ActiveResource would be a great fit for an inter-app problem i have. It
would be great to get some docs and tutorials.

cd vendor/rails/activeresource
rake doc
open doc/index.html # or however you open urls from the command line

Remember, ARes is still beta and unreleased. If you use it, you may
want to be familiar with the source for it. Don’t worry it’s pretty
simple. We’d appreciate the feedback and any help pushing for a real
release.

Here’s another ARes tutorial BTW:
http://weblog.techno-weenie.net/2006/12/12/taking-ares-out-for-a-test-drive


Rick O.
http://weblog.techno-weenie.net
http://mephistoblog.com

Rick O. wrote:

cd vendor/rails/activeresource
rake doc
open doc/index.html # or however you open urls from the command line

Hmm, I did this and just got:

mkdir -p doc

and that’s it… and there’s no docs in the doc directory. Running it
again just outputs the (in /my/path…) and still no docs.

b

On Feb 9, 1:35 pm, Ben M. [email protected] wrote:

again just outputs the (in /my/path…) and still no docs.

b

Remember, ARes is still beta and unreleased. If you use it, you may
want to be familiar with the source for it. Don’t worry it’s pretty
simple. We’d appreciate the feedback and any help pushing for a real
release.

Here’s another ARes tutorial BTW:
http://weblog.techno-weenie.net/2006/12/12/taking-ares-out-for-a-test

ActiveResource isn’t in 1.2.2. You will only have files in vendor/
rails if you are have Edge frozen.

bryanl wrote:

ActiveResource isn’t in 1.2.2. You will only have files in vendor/
rails if you are have Edge frozen.

So, is checking out rails trunk different from running freeze edge?

Now, I actually checked out trunk into a directory to just poke around
in the code… then decided to play with it, so I generated an app
around it. Maybe this somehow makes the rails app generated afterward
not savvy that there be a copy of trunk in vendor rails?

b

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