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I found a replacement for request.path[1..-1] posted by Jeroen Rosenberg:
status_code = ActionDispatch::ExceptionWrapper.new(env, @exception).status_code
I got the script running by changing sublime to subl since the command is not available on my machine. I added a comment to the Gist. Thanks to Vojtěch Kusý.
Does this work for you on Chromium on Ubuntu, too?
I am trying to use RABL with a model structure using inheritance. I fail setting up a matching template.
Maybe you can take a look here.
I am having problems to use CanCan's accessible_by method. If you have the time please take a look at this Stackoverflow question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14138408/cancan-accessibly-by-returns-different-responses-in-spec-and-controller
@djensen47 Your advice is still useful in Rails 3.2.3 and Ruby 1.9.3-p125 to make the published_on field show up the date. Thx!
Hey Ryan. Thank you for this great tutorial!
I stumbled into one problem where rake db:migrate:all fails, because of a missing port configuration for the test environment. I documented the problem and the solution on Stackoverflow.
One more question: Would you recommend to prepend bundle exec to the commands you used?
Does the example still show how one would do this with Rails3?