aha, that did it! thanks

On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 10:01 AM, Sean Cribbs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> When you get that 'x.rb was expected to define X' error, it usually means
> one of three things:
>
> * There's a syntax error in the file
> * One of the dependent libraries that the file requires is missing
> * The original file is missing (least likely)
>
> My guess is that you have an incomplete version of the sources.  It looks
> like you are trying to install Radiant in "application mode".  While this is
> ok, it's recommended that you install it in "project mode" -- this is where
> you install the Radiant gem, run the `radiant` command from the terminal,
> and then either use the gem for the Radiant source (i.e. do nothing extra),
> or use `rake radiant:freeze:edge` and put the source in vendor/radiant.
>
> Sean
>
>
> Aleks Clark wrote:
>
>> I've got a passenger host that works fine with other rails apps (see:
>> http://built-it.net and sstracker.built-it.net for functional apps), but
>> barfs on radiant. another fun thing is that the radiant app only fails
>> with
>> passenger! mongrel and webrick work fine! You can check out the error page
>> at http://ssresource.built-it.net/
>>
>> /home/sweeper/www/
>> ssresource.built-it.net/app/models/standard_tags.rbexists,
>> and is readable, and contains the definition of the StandardTags
>> module.
>>
>> I have tried this with a fresh svn checkout of 0.6.7 as well as a fresh
>> checkout of trunk (in addition to the already developed app, which
>> includes
>> some extensions), and all produce identical results.
>>
>> any ideas?
>>
>> thanks,
>>
>>
>>
>
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