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Bb71d4877b2f770208509ea5933eaaac?d=identicon&s=25 Michael Steinfeld (Guest)
on 2007-03-04 19:43
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Alright, things are really looking clumsy for me and this upgrade, so I
am
reaching out. I read the issues for upgrading on the ruby weblog, but I
really didn't find "clear" answers to the upgrade problems, so I am
reaching
out for help.

I have compiled a list of questions.. if I am missing any please be kind
and
add to them.

Current Environment = "
FC6 linux,
Ruby 1.8.5-2,
Rails 1.1.6,
Gems-0.9.2
actionmailer (1.2.5)
actionpack (1.12.5)
activerecord (1.14.4)
activesupport (1.3.1)"
gem_plugin 0.2.2" (need anything else let me know)

I installed rails 1.1.6 using "gem install -v 1.1.6"

When I attempt to upgrade to 1.2.2 so much stuff breaks that I don't
even
know where to start. My unit tests fail, I can't start mongrel/web
server, I
get actionmailer No Method Errors.. ( see below for it )

1)Is it easier to do a fresh install of rails using a different path?
(for
e.g: /usr/local/NEW/)
2)What dependency issues can I expect?
3)What will and will probably break (with the noted env above)
4) Why am I so confused by this upgrade when others were so painless?
5) Is the gem_require warning fixed? How do I fix it?
6) after install of rails 1.2.2 is it necessary to run "gem update
--system"?
7)Do I need to explicitly set my RAILS_VERSION in environment.rb?
8) Do I need to upgrade rake?
9) Will you please be so kind to help me, since I am broken? :(


Thanks for your time.





ActionMailer Errors

/usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/actionmailer-1.2.5/lib/action_mailer/base.rb:293:in
`method_missing': undefined method `smtp_settings=' for
ActionMailer::Base:Class (NoMethodError)


--
-mike
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