dm-devise lets you use devise (github.com/plataformatec/devise) with DataMapper.
dm-devise is intended for use with Rails >= 3.2, < 4 and devise >= 2.1, < 3.
This README only covers dm-devise specifics. Make sure to read the devise README github.com/plataformatec/devise/blob/master/README.rdoc
Last tested against devise release 2.2.7
Add dm-devise and dm gems to your Gemfile. The following gems are required:
gem 'dm-core', '~> 1.2.0' gem 'dm-sqlite-adapter', '~> 1.2.0' # or your preferred adapter gem 'dm-serializer', '~> 1.2.0' gem 'dm-timestamps', '~> 1.2.0' gem 'dm-rails', '~> 1.2.0' gem 'dm-validations', '~> 1.2.0' # Do not include if using data_mapper_active_model gem 'dm-devise', '~> 2.1.0'
If you're using Active Model validations, do not include dm-validations in your Gemfile.
dm-devise works with versions of DataMapper gems >= 1.0.2 on the 1.0 branch, >= 1.1.0.rc3 on the 1.1 branch and 1.2.0.
Run the generator:
rails generate data_mapper:devise_install
The generator will install an initializer which describes ALL Devise's configuration options and you MUST take a look at it. See Config section below for three config options that have particular importance to dm-devise.
Add Devise to any of your models using the generator:
rails generate devise MODEL
Read the README for devise at github.com/plataformatec/devise/blob/master/README.rdoc
The default controllers provided by devise will not work correctly if raise_on_save_failure is set to true for the devise model. You can customize the controllers (See the devise README for details), but I don't know what customizations in particular to recommend. See github.com/jm81/dm-devise/issues/14 for discussion.
See the generated initializer for all the config options, but dm-devise users should be particularly aware of these three:
dm-devise adds some compatibility methods for either dm-validations or Active Model validations. By default, it determines what to load based on which library is found (giving preference to dm-validations). You may explicitly set this to 'dm-validations' or 'active_model', or false to not load any of the validations compatibility code. Details of the options:
Uses dm-validations. This involves a bit of monkey-patching, but you need to use this if you want auto-validations in any of your models.
Uses ActiveModel::Validations. Do not use if you require 'dm-validations' anywhere in your app (or include it in your Gemfile). Things will break. The advantage to this is Active Model's I18n support for error messages, and it uses the same validations lib as devise does by default.
Messages to use as the default DataMapper validation error messages. The messages are updated from those included in dm-validations to be consistent with ActiveModel (i.e. with the Devise test expectations) and include additional messages that devise uses (:not_found, :already_confirmed, :not_locked, and :expired). If set to false, the messages are left as defined by the dm-validations gem.
The dm-devise test rake task runs all of devise's tests using the data_mapper ORM with both dm-validations and active_model validations (you can specify one with rake test VALIDATION_LIB=lib_name). In order to run tests, you'll need a local copy of devise (a gem is fine as long as you specify the path). By default, dm-devise looks for devise in [path-to-dm-devise]/../devise. You can override this by setting a DEVISE_PATH env variable. For example:
rake test DEVISE_PATH=/path/to/devise
Fork the project.
Make your feature addition or bug fix.
Add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
Commit, do not mess with rakefile, version, or history. (if you want to have your own version, that is fine but bump version in a commit by itself I can ignore when I pull)
Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
Jared Morgan (github.com/jm81)
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