On a new checkout doing a rake db:create should create the requisite sqlite
files if that's what you have specified in your database.yml. Then you would do
a rake db:migrate to set up the schema. You may also check I think rails added
a rake db:seed command to import seed data.
If you have data in those sqlite files I would back them up before doing a
pull, when you remove them from the repo it will probably delete them from your
Once you have pulled; the old files deleted; and the new gitignore in place
those files won't be committed again. That means you need to be using
migrations to keep your schemas updated.
On Jul 21, 2010, at 4:27 PM, Lille <lille.pengu...@gmail.com> wrote:
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