[Ironruby-core] Problem with IronRubyMvc and IR 0.9.1

Ivan Porto Carrero ivan at flanders.co.nz
Wed Oct 14 17:23:25 EDT 2009


How do you want to provide different development environments for
ironrubymvc ?
I can either do it by creating the configuration section I've been planning,
this would be used to provide load paths for example for libraries outside
of the web project.

I can have a parameter there something like MvcEnv which will set the ruby
constant MVC_ENV

based on the value of that constant it would then be possible to provide
different behavior for the require statement, much like rails does.

Would it be a good idea to enforce a single class per file for controllers
and helpers, or would it be better to leave that up to the judgment of the
user of the framework?

Should there be validation for naming conventions. like a file
home_controller.rb has to define the HomeController class?


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On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 10:56 PM, Immo Wache <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:

> Hi Ivan,
> thanks for sharing your solution. I slightly extended it with
> PathProvider.MapPath. Also I fixed a bug with my added xunit tests.
>
> http://github.com/iwache/ironrubymvc/commit/b6c6e425343925b9f7a464ee43c3f80cf93c8cec
>
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