I have a local Radiant 0.8.1 install on my MacBook. I'm trying to
install the SnS extension, but I have the following problem:
hostname:mywebsite.com myusername$ rake ray:extension:install name=sns
git submodule -q add git://github.com/SwankInnovations/radiant-sns-
Initialized empty Git repository in /Users/myusername/Sites/
remote: Counting objects: 776, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (429/429), done.
remote: Total 776 (delta 382), reused 575 (delta 262)
Receiving objects: 100% (776/776), 285.16 KiB | 122 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (382/382), done.
rake -q RAILS_ENV=development radiant:extensions:sns:install
(eval):1:in `export': compile error
(eval):1: syntax error, unexpected '/', expecting '\n' or ';'
def controlleradmin/exportactionyaml *args, &block...
(eval):1: syntax error, unexpected kEND, expecting $end
(See full trace by running task with --trace)
The sns extension failed to install properly.
Specifically, the failure was caused by the extension's install task:
The extension has been disabled and placed in vendor/
If you would like to troubleshoot the extension re-enable it by running:
`rake ray:extension:enable name=sns` then run the install task with:
`rake radiant:extensions:sns:install --trace` and inspect the output.
I tried the troubleshooting steps, but only came up with the same error.
I'm rather a Rails newbie, so I'm not sure where I should be going
next. Is it possible that the vlad deployment that I just set up could
be conflicting? Should I remove the extension files manually and
install via script/extension?
Thanks for any help!
David Alan Hjelle
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