My apologies if this is the wrong place for this but...it should be really simple. When I use a Generator in Radrails, nothing happens. I (believe) I have properly set the path to Ruby and still nothing. And, it doesn't seem there is an error log to further diagnose what is happening. I am using 0.5.3 on Windows. Am I missing something obvious? As a P.S., is anyone particularly fond of any other Rails development environments? If so, what are the benefits or disadvantages relative to Radrails. Thanks, -Mark
on 2006-02-14 18:14
on 2006-02-14 18:41
Yeah, I've had that problem... and I always figured out that I was doing something wrong: the db connection wasn't working, I didn't have the names right, etc. Now, it would be nice if RadRails would tell you what's wrong, but... I think they're working on that. In the meantime, you might try calling the generator script in a console and see what happens. Make sure your db stuff is right too... b
on 2006-02-14 18:53
I've had this issue as well (not too often though). I found that if I clicked on the project name in the rails file/folder view and then retried the generator, I found it worked. Kind of weird, magical even :) , but weird seems to be my mantra lately. Anyway, this is just my two cents. Regards, Brad.
on 2006-02-14 18:56
What error are you getting? I had what sounded like the same problem. What was happening was when I created a Rails project in RadRails the "rails <projectname> was not being called or was broken. Dropping to a command prompt and running Rails <projectname> and then using RadRails to do the generation is working fine. Hope this helps -Rob Bazinet http://www.robertbazinet.com