[rspec-users] Problem while generating rspec model in Rails Project
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 09:18:40 EDT 2009
On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 8:04 AM, Ninad Pol<lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> I think this problem is not related any plugin (that define a client)
> simply because if i try it with any other ruby file(other than
> Client.rb) also i am facing same problem.
So if you do this:
script\generate model widget
script\generate rspec_model widget
The last command tells you that Widget is already defined?
> And what do you mean by some extension in the lib directory?
I mean that you have a file in the lib directory in your Rails project
that defines a client. I believe that loading the rails env (which
happens when you run script\generate) loads the lib directory, so if
you have a file in there that defines Client, then you'd run into this
> David Chelimsky wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 1:42 AM, Ninad Pol<lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
>>> Thanks for your reply.
>>> No, above command does not give me same error. However it creates only
>>> the model file under \app\models and asks whether to overwrite it. But
>>> my aim is to create rspec file under \spec\models with the actual model
>>> file created under \app\models remaining unchanged. So using the rails
>>> generator does not meet my objective and i have to use rspec generator
>>> to meet the requirement.
>> I wasn't trying to meet your requirement with this - just trying to
>> narrow down the problem.
>>> Ideal schenario should be that rspec generator creates the desired rspec
>>> file under \spec\models and while creating actual model file under
>>> \app\models it should ask for whether to overwrite it. I am not getting
>>> this schenario may be because i am missing something.It would be really
>>> helpful if you could help me out in this.
>> The rails code that triggers this will always raise this error if the
>> Client constant (in your case) is already defined. This normally
>> doesn't conflict with files in your app because they are not loaded
>> when you run generators. So it seems that something other than
>> app/models/client.rb is getting loaded that defines the Client
>> constant (either a class or a module).
>> Do you have any plugins that define a Client? Or perhaps you've got
>> some extension in the lib directory?
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