[Backgroundrb-devel] Is there a way to make backgroundrb 0.2.1 fail silently on win32?
eden.li at gmail.com
Sat Dec 16 07:11:51 EST 2006
Interesting solution, and it would probably work if I wasn't running
into exceptions even before the Rails models get loaded fully.
As mentioned in my previous mail, I discovered Rails was trying to run
vendor/plugins/backgroundrb/init.rb which will load
vendor/plugins/backgroundrb/lib/middleman_rails_init.rb which always
throws on win32. I also explain how I got around it in that mail.
On 12/16/06, Aleksandr Levchuk <alevchuk at gmail.com> wrote:
> If one has all the calls to BackgrounDRb isolated in a few Rails
> models. For example I have app/model/nucleus.rb - which does all the
> interactions with workers. One could solve such a problem by using
> Rails mock objects. I would just have to place a mocking model into
> app/test/mocks/development/nucleus.rb, and it will use that model
> instead when the application is running in the development
> For your case, the developers could run Rails with
> --environment=development on win32. On linux you could be run it with
> --environment=testing or --environment=production, so that
> BackgrounDRb is used.
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