Forum: Ruby on Rails Missing template isn't missing

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Abfecec49e4871d38bfeedf7590c06ed?d=identicon&s=25 Milo Thurston (milo)
on 2007-01-31 17:18
I have just added a new method to a controller, and though all the
pre-existing methods are working as expected the new ones do not. I get
the following error:

Missing template

The path given above is correct relative to the application's base
directory (not the public_html). The view is present in the
app/views/repository directory and has the correct name, suffix and
content. Even stranger is that if I remove views relating to the working
methods then they still keep working...
The problem seems to be unrelated to whether I use the full url or the
ones mapped in config/routes.rb, which has such lines as:

map.connect '/new_method', :controller => 'repository', :action =>

This problem has appeared when developing with WEBrick. Can anyone
suggest what the cause might be?
10a8337cf8879d37affd54e1cab4d79e?d=identicon&s=25 Andy Koch (Guest)
on 2007-01-31 19:40
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are you working in development mode?  rather than production mode

alternatively, have you tried restarting the WEBrick?


Milo Thurston schrieb:
Abfecec49e4871d38bfeedf7590c06ed?d=identicon&s=25 milo (Guest)
on 2007-01-31 22:03
Andy Koch wrote:
> are you working in development mode?  rather than production mode

I've been running it in development mode.

> alternatively, have you tried restarting the WEBrick?

I've re-started it a few times and it does not
seem to have made any difference, which is very odd.
Abfecec49e4871d38bfeedf7590c06ed?d=identicon&s=25 Milo Thurston (milo)
on 2007-02-01 13:08
Finally fixed it. I never did find the cause, but upgrading Rails and
components to 1.2.1 got it working again.
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