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Uninitialized constant ActionView::Helpers::InstanceTag in Rails 4
After some research. I found that ActionView::Helpers::InstanceTag is transformed into module called ActiveModelInstanceTag ActionView::Helpers::ActiveModelInstanceTag

Categories : Ruby On Rails

uninitialized constant Resque::Helpers when starting rails server
I dont think resque_scheduler is compatible with resque -"~> 2.0.0.pre.1" because the Helper module no longer exists in resque -"~> 2.0.0.pre.1" Check here latest and 1.x-stable also see over here Try using 1.x-stable branch Hope this help

Categories : Ruby On Rails

How to implement form_tag helpers without actionview?
Rails has had to use some tricks in order to get block helpers to work as wanted, and they changed moving from Rails 2 to Rails 3 (see the blogposts Simplifying Rails Block Helpers and Block Helpers in Rails 3 for more info). The form_for helper in Rails 2.3 works by directly writing to the output buffer from the method, using the Rails concat method. In order to do something similar in Sinatra, you’ll need to find a way of writing to the output from your helper in the same way. Erb works by creating Ruby code that builds up the output in a variable. It also allows you to set the name of this variable, by default it is _erbout (or _buf in Erubis). If you change this to be an instance variable rather than a local variable (i.e. provide a variable name that starts with @) you can access

Categories : Ruby

ActionView::Helpers::TextHelper excerpt helper is not fully functional
excerpt(text, phrase, options = {}) Link: Extracts an excerpt from text that matches the first instance of phrase. The :radius option expands the excerpt on each side of the first occurrence of phrase as the documantation states, is only the first instance of the phrase you search, not every instance of it

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Will deploying Rails using Torquebox on Openshift present any advantages over deploying Rails directly?
Yes, TorqueBox is much faster than the original Ruby. Not only the interpreter (JRuby) is faster, simply because it runs on JVM and uses JIT and JVM's fine-tuned garbage collector, but also it uses additional features available in JVM, like parallel threading etc. More, with TorqueBox, you have JBoss AS services at hand when you decide to use them, which I guess you will, if your app grows. Reference: http://torquebox.org/news/2011/10/06/torquebox-2x-performance/

Categories : Ruby On Rails

When deploying to Heroku i get ActionView::Template::Error (Missing partial
git add admin/orders/form active_admin/resource/form inherited_resources/base/form .. git commit -m "missing partials" git push heroku master As your partials file are not pushed in heroku

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Deploying Custom Cartridges on Openshift Origin
It works for me after cleaning cache cd /var/www/openshift/broker bundle exec rake tmp:clear and restarting broker service service openshift-broker restart http://openshift.github.io/documentation/oo_administration_guide.html#clear-the-broker-application-cache

Categories : Misc

Issue while deploying nodejs app to Openshift using Cloud9IDE
There are some suggestions here, see if any of them help you. git: error: src refspec master does not match any

Categories : Node Js

Rails uninitialized constant
You may have a mismatching problem between your model and the underlying table. Rename your model to TaskStatus and your table to :task_statuses. The reason: $ rails c Loading development environment (Rails 4.0.0) 2.0.0p247 :001 > "TaskStatus".underscore.pluralize => "task_statuses" 2.0.0p247 :002 > "task_statuses".classify => "TaskStatus"

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Why do I get "Uninitialized Constant" from Rails?
In your route declaration you refer to the controller name incorrectly. It should be: user_currency GET /user/currency/:currency(.:format) users#currency Basically your controller is UsersController not UserController.

Categories : Ruby

Constant Uninitialized in Rspec
Is the BING_CONFIG = … string resides in your class/module SearchEngine? If yes, try to require 'search_engine' (or how the file containing that class is called) in top of your rspec file. If no, fix the problem with namespaces, e.g.: SearchEngine::BING_CONFIG = …

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Uninitialized constant in view
Your problem is that ActiveSupport::Inflector is assuming that a word that ends in 'xes' in the plural form must end in 'x' in the singular form. See here for help on customizing pluralizations. Update: Somehow I missed the last part of your question. You said you tried: > ActiveSupport::Inflector.singularize('Exe') but did you try: > ActiveSupport::Inflector.singularize('Exes')

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Uninitialized constant QuickbooksWebConnector
I got it! Install the Gem : gem install qbwc Add it to your Gemfile : use gem 'qbwc' Run the generator : bundle install Run the generator rails generate qbwc:install Follow this link : https://github.com/skryl/qbwc

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Deploying zend skeleton application on openshift server
Copy content of public into php directory itself. and make sure your .htaccess file is like code given below: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -s [OR] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -l [OR] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -d RewriteRule ^.*$ - [NC,L] RewriteRule ^.*$ index.php [NC,L] And modify Application path in index.php file like below: // Define path to application directory defined('APPLICATION_PATH') || define('APPLICATION_PATH', realpath(dirname(__FILE__) . '/application')); Then this will work properly. This worked for me in My site.

Categories : PHP

Rails 4 - uninitialized constant SessionController
Without your code I can't be sure but if you are using devise it should probably be SessionsController and not SessionController so your code should look like controller :sessions do get 'login' => :new post 'login' => :create delete 'logout' => :destroy end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

uninitialized constant Improvingoutcomes (NameError)
Sounds like a case-sensitivity/capitalization issue. What does application.rb look like, specifically the module Improvingoutcomes bit. My guess is something like module ImprovingOutcomes.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Rails: uninitialized constant after new installation
Did you install cancan? Activity class is typical of this gem, and you can try to look in this direction. Also uninitialized constant error could mean that the file name where is declared your class or module is incorrect.

Categories : SQL

uninitialized constant OpenSSL (NameError)
You can try to explicitly require openssl require 'openssl' Have you installed ruby 1.8.7 with rvm ? If so, you might want to take a look at this link: http://jronallo.github.io/blog/ruby-and-rails-using-rvm-on-a-fresh-and-updated-ubuntu-11-dot-10-install Maybe related SO question: Rails 3 - no such file to load -- openssl

Categories : Ruby On Rails

LibUSB uninitialized constant USB (NameError)
The error means that there is no class or module named USB. The instructions you referred to seem to use an older version of libusb that originally defined the USB module. Here's how to do it in newer versions of libusb: require 'libusb' usb = LIBUSB::Context.new usb.devices.each{ ... } Source: https://github.com/larskanis/libusb

Categories : Ruby

Best cartridge for deploying static html/javascript files to openshift?
The best is PHP for a simple HTML + JS app. PHP is the lightest weight cartridge we have. It is what the evangelists use for HTML apps. For example - http://talks.thesteve0.com is running on OpenShift in a PHP cartridge and is just a reveal.js site.

Categories : Angularjs

cancan + rspec = uninitialized constant Anonymou (no s)?
Try setting this in your spec_helper.rb config.infer_base_class_for_anonymous_controllers = true Beside, you cannot call other methods than REST one on anonymous controllers. See here for more informations. Try the following: describe ApplicationController do controller do def index raise RuntimeError end def show raise ApplicationController::InvalidParams, "model" end end describe "#handle_exceptions" do context "when runtime error happens" do describe "with http format" do it_behaves_like "normal errors for html format", :index, RuntimeError end end end end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

uninitialized constant in My::Engine after file change
I think you may need to require 'my/engine' before calling My::Engine.root, or change the order of your requires so that 'my/engine' is required prior to the file that makes a call to My::Engine.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Why do I get uninitialized constant Exchange::Logger (NameError)?
I'm not sure I got what you mean, but if you're just asking about what to require, there at Ruby Doc you can see the Logger class is defined at logger.rb, so require 'logger' should do the trick. Also, there's no need to use the self.logger method, you can just access the variable using @logger @logger = Logger.new(STDOUT)

Categories : Ruby

Making rubygem - Error: uninitialized constant
bundle gem uses git to manage gem manifest. If you do not see all your expected files when you run git ls-files in your gem project dir, then you need to add them. To add individual files: git add <filename> To add everything (run from root of project): git add . This may have caught you out if you were not expecting to use git on your project. If you don't know git, and have time, it is really recommended to help you manage your project code. In fact so much so that bundle simply assumes that's what you want to do (although other code management tools are available)

Categories : Ruby

uninitialized constant ApplicationController::CanCan (NameError)
Remove cancan from your assets group in your Gemfile. The assets group are gems that are not to be used in production. Therefore when you run the application in production mode, gems in the assets block will be excluded.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

uninitialized constant error when instantiating class
Try adding "SharingHelper::" to your provider string before you :constantize it. It looks like you're trying to find a top-level Twitter rather than SharingHelper::Twitter.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

"Uninitialized Constant" error when using local gem in Rails 3
The path is incorrect, it should be the full path of the gem. Like this gem 'foo', '1.3.9', :path => 'vendor/gems/foo' Otherwise it can't be found and loaded.

Categories : Ruby

rails 3 and rubyzip 1.0.0 uninitialized constant Zip::ZipFile
Just figured this one out by checking the latest documentation. Seems v1.0.0 was only released today so everything I read was out of date. Anyway, the solution is to use Zip::File.open

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Error on DB:Migrate "uninitialized constant DeviseCreateUsers"
This happens if you have renamed class name of migration and did not rename migration file name. E.g if migration class name AddDeviseToCustomers then migration file name should be 201307220112_add_devise_to_customers.rb

Categories : Ruby On Rails

contact form uninitialized constant contactcontroller
You have notification_mailer.rb - class NotificationMailer < ActionMailer::Base change this (remove s) NotificationsMailer.new_message(@message).deliver To NotificationMailer.new_message(@message).deliver

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Why do I get "uninitialized constant ApplicationController::SessionsHelper (NameError)"?
You should have a file in app/helpers named "sessions_helper.rb". Inside of that you should at least have code like: module SessionsHelper end I hope that helps.

Categories : Ruby

Uninitialized constant Contact (NameError) when trying to add a record
You cannot simply run ruby lib/tasks/test.rb because the Rails environment will not be loaded. To fix this, you need to use a rake task. You first have to rename your file lib/tasks/test.rb to lib/tasks/test.rake. Then, you need to add this to test.rake. namespace :contact do # This is not require. It can work without having to nest your task within a namespace. desc 'Add contact' task 'add' => [:environment] do #Here, we specify we want to load the environment Contact.create({:name => "Josh", :phone => "123-456789"}) end end Then, run rake -T which will list all the available tasks. You will be able to launch your task with rake contact:add. To schedule your task to be run at a specific time, you might want to take a look at the Whenever gem. Hope it helps.

Categories : Ruby

uninitialized constant EKEventEditViewController (NameError) when using rubymotion
EKEventEditViewController is declared in EventKitUI framework. So, you need to include that framework in your Rakefile: app.frameworks << 'EventKitUI'

Categories : IOS

uninitialized constant Rails::Generator::GeneratedAttribute::ActiveRecord
a newbie's fault :) , i came from rails 3 , and i have installed bundle to be able to install gems in my rails 2 project but i wasn't know that i should comment the line above again in case of using bundler as it wasn't mention in the instruction of adding bundler. after commenting # config.frameworks -= [ :active_record, :active_resource, :action_mailer ] then i got the following ➜ ~ script/generate scaffold user user_name:string email:string exists app/models/ exists app/controllers/ exists app/helpers/ exists app/views/users exists app/views/layouts/ exists test/functional/ exists test/unit/ exists test/unit/helpers/ exists public/stylesheets/ overwrite app/views/users/index.html.erb? (enter "h" for help) [Ynaqdh] y

Categories : Ruby On Rails

state_machine draw throws uninitialized constant error
Dirty but works: unless defined? StateMachine::Machine::Constants::RGV_VERSION warn "StateMachine::Machine::Constants overriden in #{__FILE__}" class StateMachine::Machine::Constants RGV_VERSION = /^[ ]*ruby-graphviz (([0-9.]+))/.match(`cat #{Rails.root.join 'Gemfile.lock'}`)[1] end end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

sidekiq+whenever+unicorn uninitialized constant ClassWorker production env
Solved it by adding this lines to production.rb config file and move my workers and dependency classes to lib folder. This is config: config.eager_load = true config.eager_load_paths += %W(#{config.root}/lib) config.autoload_paths += %W(#{config.root}/lib)

Categories : Ruby

NameError: uninitialized constant when trying to execute rails tests
Try it with the specific model name.. like User::Confirmation # -*- encoding : utf-8 -*- require 'active_support/concern' module Business::Availability extend ActiveSupport::Concern And this: config.autoload_paths += Rails.root.join("app", "models", "concerns")

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Rspec error NameError: uninitialized constant on a Factory
Try this: FactoryGirl.define do factory :page do title "Example Title" content "Here is some sample content" published_on "2013-06-02 02:28:12" end factory :page_invalid, :class => "Page" do title "" content "" published_on "2013-06-02 02:28:12" end end Notice the :class => option on your :page_invalid factory.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Rspec doesn't see my model Class. uninitialized constant error
Your spec_helper file is missing some important commands. Specifically, it's not including config/environment and initializing rspec-rails. You can add the following lines to the start of your spec/spec_helper.rb file ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= 'test' require File.expand_path("../../config/environment", __FILE__) require 'rspec/rails' require 'rspec/autorun' or you can just run rails generate rspec:install and overwrite your spec_helper with one generated for use with rspec-rails.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

uninitialized constant (NameError) with custom Devise class with namespaces
Try this: devise_scope :user do post 'registrations' => 'api/v1/registrations#create', :as => 'register' post 'sessions' => 'api/v1/sessions#create', :as => 'login' delete 'sessions' => 'api/v1/sessions#destroy', :as => 'logout' end namespace :api do namespace :v1 do get 'tournaments' => 'tournaments#index', :as => 'tournaments' end end Be sure to restart the server after modifying the routes.rb Ensure your controllers are in the directory api/v1 (use only small letters)

Categories : Ruby On Rails



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