Hi, How do I apply a patch to Rails? From what I can find it looks like I need to be running on the latest version from SVN. I don't want to do that however. I have also tried applying the changes to the .rb file concerned, but that didn't seem to work. Martin
on 2006-04-11 16:58
on 2006-04-11 19:03
You may not have to. I have had some luck with overriding rails bits by copying them into config/environment.rb and app/helpers/application_helper.rb and tinkering them there. I was able to implement text_field_with_index_auto_complete and the associated auto_complete_with_index_for without patching anything so I could use them for forms with multiple records.
on 2006-04-12 16:10
On Tuesday 11 April 2006 15:58, Martin Smith wrote: > I have also tried applying the changes to the .rb file concerned, but > that didn't seem to work. > > Martin You can also run "rake rails:freeze:gems" to get a frozen copy of the gem in your vendor directory. Note that this was broken in 1.1 and fixed again in 1.1.1. Also, in 1.0 the command is different but I forget what it was Ashley