I'd like to do what you suggest and perhaps I am going about it the
wrong way. I thought what you were suggesting below was creating a
local gem build of the radiant rails3 branch and then unpacking that
in a 'lib/radiant' directory within the project I am working in. Is
that what you were suggesting or something different?
I tried doing what I just described, and I got an error trying to run
rake. Here's what I did:
mario:(git)radiant[mario-rails3]/$ rake -P | grep gem
no such file to load -- dataset/tasks
(See full trace by running task with --trace)
I had a look in the Rakefile and saw that on line 7, it is trying to
require 'dataset/tasks'. There isn't a dataset directory with a
tasks.rb file anywhere that could find in the project. Do I need to
have something else in place to have the rail3 branch working? I was
hoping that all I needed to do was: rake radiant:gem and have the
local branch built into a gem that I could unpack in my project (per
your suggestion), but it seems that creating a gem from the branch
isn't working out of the box (unless there is another way to do it).
On Nov 28, 11:15 am, Joshua Danger French <j...@vitamin-j.com> wrote:
> On Nov 27, 2010, at 5:34 PM, Mario Aquino wrote:
> > Since I am trying to use Radiant as a Rails engine, what should the
> > RADIANT_ROOT be? Should I freeze the radiant gem (and put it under
> > vendor/gems)?
> Radiant as an engine is still under construction and I can't recommend using
> it for anything real at the moment. The 0.9.1 gem is only compatible with
> Rails 2, but that's the latest stable release.
> For hacking on the rails3 branch, I've been unpacking it into lib/radiant and
> pointing Bundler there with gem "radiant", :path => "lib/radiant".