Forum: Ruby on Rails RE: Re: tough activerecord problem

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Fba04dfe5f677c48caee082d87c15b9f?d=identicon&s=25 Phil Swenson (Guest)
on 2005-12-21 21:51
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I've been experimenting with code to try to duplicate this problem...
here's another problem I've found that may have the same root cause:

I recently added some activerecord code to a stand-alone application
that
uses Log4R.  I'm getting some weird conflicts.

The code below demonstrates one of the problems I see... if you remove
the
line : "require_gem 'activerecord'" the code executes fine.  If you have
it
in the code you will get the following error:

C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/log4r/logger.rb:109:in `outputters=':
undefined method `clear' for nil:NilClass (NoMethodError)
	from C:/dev/src/scratch/scratch.rb:11


Here is the code:

require 'log4r'
include Log4r
require "rubygems"
require_gem "activerecord"

#require "database/active_storage"

# create a logger named 'mylog' that logs to stdout
mylog = Logger.new 'mylog'
puts mylog.inspect
mylog.outputters = Outputter.stdout

# Now we can log.
def do_log(log)
  log.debug "This is a message with level DEBUG"
  log.info "This is a message with level INFO"
  log.warn "This is a message with level WARN"
  log.error "This is a message with level ERROR"
  log.fatal "This is a message with level FATAL"
end
do_log(mylog)

mylog.level = ERROR
mylog.error  "BLAHBLAH"

Any insight on what's going on here?

phil
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