Forum: Ruby on Rails Is this a use case for an engine or a railtie and why/how?

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F12368bc9ab95a09cfbfd708a04591e6?d=identicon&s=25 Frank Mattia (frankjmattia)
on 2012-11-03 00:38
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I have the following files and would like to somehow package them
together
in a gem however I'm unsure of what I need to create. An engine, a
railtie,
or something completely different?

/lib/unit.rb
A unit class to handle a common requirement across my models

/app/concerns/unitify_concern.rb
A class method #unitify that I can call in my model which sets up my
callbacks, validations, scopes, attribute readers/writers and
attr_accessible.

/config/initializers/unitify.rb
Where I've added a few custom Ransack predicates.

I'm open to opinions - it almost seems like too small an amount of code
to
be worth separating like this. However, I would really like to learn the
process of packing a gem for a rails app. I'd also like to get
experience
testing in isolation and this seems like just the right size place to
start.

Thanks,
 - FJM
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