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By: brandon

Wed, 19 Dec 2007 14:25:33 +0000

I'd be very interested to know how/why you chose Streamlined over ActiveScaffold. Any comments?



By: nclibrarian

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 20:32:33 +0000

I had the same issue as MercedesAMG (trying to get streamlined up and running on a pc). rake streamlined:install_files got me through the missing layout issue. Now it seems that there are no default index.rhtml files or that my app can't locate the default index.rhtml from streamlined. Dropping a dummy index in gets around the error but eliminates all of the basic streamlined stuff (like the basic CRUD functions) Any ideas?



By: Matthew Bass

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 20:30:00 +0000

MercedesAMG, make sure you've run the installer task that copies layouts, JavaScript, etc. to the correct directories: rake streamlined:install_files This task is supposed to get triggered on install, but sometimes it doesn't. When it doesn't, it has to be run manually.



By: MercedesAMG

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 19:26:59 +0000

Is it layout "streamlined" this is what u have or layout 'streamlined' this is what the streamlined screencast has tried both even tried gems update the error message I get on a windows machine is Template is missing



By: puts Blog.new(”nonsense”) » Blog Archive » Streamlining Your Way to Rails

Sun, 24 Jun 2007 14:27:31 +0000

[...] …a screencast is easily worth some vast multiple of that. The application shown above is the result of a whopping 5 minutes of effort, and you can see Justin Ghetland it develop even more fully (in a nice iterative fashion) over the course of three screencasts. And once you’ve seen it in action, surely you’ll be ready to try it out first-hand. Check out Matthew Bass’s recent tutorial, and you’ll have your own Streamlined app up and running in just a few short steps. [...]



By: wwwebster

Wed, 30 May 2007 20:48:58 +0000

Thanks for posting this. It helped me get rolling with Streamlined. Couple of things: 1) Don't forget to: a) update database.yml w/ appropriate 'username' and 'password' values; b) create (at least) the 'address_book_development' database from a MySQL client; c) run "rake db:migrate" from the command line before starting up the server & browsing to the application. 2) I couldn't get this to work on my Wintel box [Ruby 1.8.5, rails 1.2.3, ...], even after deleting the source_cache file and: >gems update --system >gems update For some reason, the plugin wouldn't install properly ... However, Ubuntu (Dapper Drake), Ruby 1.8.4, rails 1.2.3, etc., all went smoothly.