An executable which creates a bare Rails 3 engine (which is used in Crafting Rails Applications)
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Enginex

Enginex is a command line tool which creates a Rails 3 Engine with Rakefile, Gemfile and a ready to run test suite on top of a vendored Rails application.

Enginex was created for the purpose of and used in José Valim's book: Crafting Rails Applications available at plataformatec.com.br/crafting-rails-applications .

Use with 3.0 Only

Enginex is only available for Rails 3.0. *For Rails 3.1 onwards, Enginex was ported to Rails as `rails plugin new` by Piotr Sarnacki.*

Usage

$ enginex ENGINE_NAME

Give –help to see supported options.

Bugs and Feedback

If you discover any bugs, feel free to send me a message or create an issue on GitHub tracker:

github.com/josevalim github.com/josevalim/enginex/issues

MIT License. Copyright 2010 José Valim. blog.plataformatec.com.br