Forum: Ruby on Rails rake rails:update

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44391f94143d129bdfdcd8b52aa51674?d=identicon&s=25 Schalk Neethling (Guest)
on 2008-11-23 22:51
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Hey all,

Are you supposed to get some type of feedback when running the rake
rails:update task from a rails shell?

And on that subject, I installed Rails 2.2.2 and then ran the the above
command, got no feedback and nothing changed. Now when I create a new
project I find some new files:

initializers/new_rails_defaults.rb
a new folder locales containing a file called en.yml

Not sure if there is anything else that I am not noticing but, should
these not be created automatically by running something like the update
task or, should I simply copy and paste these into my current project?

Thanks in advance,
Schalk
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