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Is it ok, to post Rails questions in this ruby list?
I have one question.
Can we have modules and mixins in rails framework? If so, what is the ideal
place to put it in the MVC framework.
Specifically I have one SuperClass and three sub classes, except some all
the functionality of the sub classes can be inherited from the super class.
I can give you much more details.
On Dec 2, 2007 3:35 PM, Kyle Schmitt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It may have something to do with the version of ruby installed, or how
> activerecord was installed, or ruby was setup, etc etc.
> I recall that older versions of ruby need you to require 'rubygems' to
> access libraries installed with gem, where newer versions do not. It
> could be some similar sort of switch in behavior....
> On Dec 2, 2007 11:00 AM, jansenh <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi comp.lang.ruby
> > I am doing my first thing with ActiveRecord (without Rails), and to
> > help me out I have the 'Pro ActiveRecord' book from APress, which is a
> > fine resource, except from one annoying thing; all pieces of sample
> > code in the book uses the statement:
> > require 'activerecord'
> > which refuses to work on both my windows-ruby and ubuntu-ruby setups.
> > Searching this group I learned that using the statement:
> > require 'active_record'
> > solves that problem. What am I missing? What's the difference between
> > the two, and why is only one of them working on my code?
> > regards, henning
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