wizardly doesn't work with rails 3.0.0rc #15

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paulschreiber opened this Issue Aug 15, 2010 · 14 comments

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wizardly doesn't work with rails 3. there are a few issues:

  • the generators don't work [you can work around this]
    * validation_group doesn't work

I'm not sure if there are problems in wizardly itself, because I'm blocked on validation_group. I tried hacking on that, and could get it to compile, but no luck.

Has anyone successfully ported this to rails 3?

roja commented Sep 8, 2010

any update on this?

Just trying to get Wizardly working in a Rails 3 app and using jfelchner's fork, he cleaned up some Rails 3 related issues.

Thanks for the heads up about jfelchner's fork, manuelmeurer. Hopefully we find this merged into jeffp's branch at some point.

shedd commented May 31, 2011

Any further updates on this?

updates?

On Oct 31, 2011, at 3:29 AM, evolve2k
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updates?

I have no news. There's a fork that someone made for rails 3, but I
don't know how far along they got.

Paul

Still no updates? Hard to believe there isn't a decent wizarding gem that works with Rails 3!

On Feb 22, 2012, at 11:09 AM, Ernest Surudo wrote:

Still no updates? Hard to believe there isn't a decent wizarding gem that works with Rails 3!

No updates. Our company is moving to Rails 3 next month, so were going to figure out/build something.

Paul

I've got immediate needs as well, so I've already started working on a solution. If it's any good, I'll be sure to pull it out into a gem and share when I have the time.

On 2012-02-23, at 20:37, Paul Schreiberreply@reply.github.com wrote:

On Feb 22, 2012, at 11:09 AM, Ernest Surudo wrote:

Still no updates? Hard to believe there isn't a decent wizarding gem that works with Rails 3!

No updates. Our company is moving to Rails 3 next month, so were going to figure out/build something.

Paul


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On Feb 23, 2012, at 3:37 PM, Ernest Surudo wrote:

I've got immediate needs as well, so I've already started working on a solution. If it's any good, I'll be sure to pull it out into a gem and share when I have the time.

email me at paulschreiber@gmail.com — let’s talk about what you’re doing.

Paul

If you guys put a gem together, it would be great if you let us know in this thread! :) I built some wizards using the method Ryan Bates has shown in his Railscast about multi-step forms, but that is not the cleanest solution.

Yeah, I agree. I'm trying to keep my wizard logic in the controller, where it belongs. To me, it seems cleaner to have a separate action for each step.

I'm still really new to this, but will let you all know if something decent comes out of it!

On 2012-02-23, at 10:14 PM, Manuel Meurer wrote:

If you guys put a gem together, it would be great if you let us know in this thread! :) I built some wizards using the method Ryan Bates has shown in his Railscast about multi-step forms, but that is not the cleanest solution.


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elsurudo commented Mar 8, 2012

Thanks! Just found this one a couple of days ago myself. It's pretty well-written, but functionality is pretty basic. Overall, a good base to build something more complex on.

On 2012-03-08, at 4:51 PM, Manuel Meurer wrote:

Here's a new wizard gem: https://github.com/schneems/wicked
Blog post: http://schneems.com/post/18437886598/wizard-ify-your-rails-controllers-with-wicked


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